ad it up
The DNC has created a decent TV spot calling for an independent investigation into the Valerie Plame scandal. It includes video of Bush Senior calling those who blow the cover of covert agents "the most insidious of traitors."
Why does Bush continue to tolerate the presence of two such persons among his staff?
Speaking of Plame, today's Washington Post mentioned her in this story about her husband receiving the first Ron Ridenhour Award for Truth-Telling, named after the American soldier who blew the whistle on the My Lai massacre.
Meanwhile, Blah3 has some thoughts on why we haven't heard the last of the Plame scandal by a long shot. And Mark Kleiman demolishes the foolish hope of those who need desperately to believe that the Adminsitration's hands aren't dirty over the scandal (indeed, he echoes John Dean's observation that further discussion of Plame by the Administration was likely a crime as well under the Espionage Act).
And speaking of ads, here's one for the excellent Misleader.org that makes Bush's deception about Iraq's so-called threat crystal clear.