This is a country of free speech. But it's also a country of freedom of purchase. If you are like me, you don't support the NY Times, nor any of it's advertisers, nor affiliates. But there also comes a time when we hold individuals personally responsible for their actions.

James Risen has not only sold his soul for the almighty buck and fame, but if terrorist suspects get off the hook, or an attack is accomplished on US soil because of his hackery, he has committed treason as well, and I and other former military members are going to hold him "personally" responsible for his actions.

He can put that promise in the bank.

UPDATE: The call to have both Eric Lichtblau and James Risen "called on the carpet", in Judy Miller fashion is about to go forward. Look for the groundswell to begin, as I'm told that there is support on the "right side of the isle, as well as from the left", to start holding some in the MSM to account. President Bush wasn't swashbuckling when he stated that he assumed that the "leaking" was being looked into. The FBI was already in on it.

You can bet your fanny pack that the calls for inquiry will increase because of indicators such as the new Rassmussen Poll that show, "Sixty-four percent (64%) of Americans believe the National Security Agency (NSA) should be allowed to intercept telephone conversations between terrorism suspects in other countries and people living in the United States."

Opps, like I said, the people by and large want one thing - "To be safe and secured". Watch the Democrats begin to 'switch up' now. Looks like the NY Times is going to have to get that legal department fired up again for another round of subpoenas.

Michelle Malkin with a new column on this "line in the sand" the NY Times is drawing. Tell it Michelle!




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