Tuesday, January 23, 2007

Libby sold down the river

Who's sorry now?

That would be our buddy Irving. Oh, and maybe his boss, the sharpshooter-Cheney. Turns out now crybaby Irv is feeling sold out. Well, well, well....look at how the cowards act when the tables are turned.

ABC Libby, who had been asked to counter Wilson's criticisms, felt betrayed and sought out his boss, Vice President Dick Cheney, lawyer Theodore Wells said.

"They're trying to set me up. They want me to be the sacrificial lamb," Wells said, recalling Libby's end of the conversation. "I will not be sacrificed so Karl Rove can be protected.