From the previous post about Joe Wilson's appearence on Bill Moyer's show on February 28th, 2003, when Joe made no mention of the Niger story, or even blasted the "16 words" spoken one month earlier in the President's SOTU speech.

Yet there is more. As this interview with Wilson from Global Security, six days into the war, as well as this one two days earlier from the same source, there is none of the outrage, none of the rhetoric that you hear from his "talking point's" spun by Kristof, Pincus and Corn in the months to come.

Then there is this curious exchange from an online chat hosted by the Washington Post dated April 3rd, 2003 nearly a month before he talked to Kristof:

"Boston, Mass.: Mr. Wilson

Thank you for taking our questions. What happens if we do not find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq?

Joseph C. Wilson: Whether we find them or not is now immaterial. The liberation is now the rationale. If we don't find them, discussion about them will cease and we will focus on the other reasons the administration has articulated. If we do find them, world public opinion will only change on the margins."


Curious, no?





















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