The last breath of hope has been snatched from the hopeful wishes of the left'o'sphere...
Special prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald informed Karl Rove on Monday that HE WOULD NOT be charged with any crimes in the investigation into the leak of a CIA secretary's identity.
"Fitzgerald's investigation has been under way since the start of the 2004 election, and the decision not to indict Rove is certain to buoy Republicans, who also got good news in the last week with the military's killing of most-wanted Iraq terrorist Abu Musab al-Zarqawi.
"The fact is this, I thought it was wrong when you had people like
Howard Dean and (Sen.) Harry Reid presuming that he was guilty," Republican Party Chairman Ken Mehlman told Fox News Channel's "Fox and Friends" show Tuesday morning.
Democrats, on the other hand, had no reason to cheer." (source)
Kos was in such a huff he resorted to libel, writing that Rove "cut a deal with Fitzgerald" but then chickened out and
Some of you may not care about this, but honestly I'm giddy. I am taking a very personal satisfaction watching the dissolution of the liberal-holiday-to-be "Fitzmas". I think it's because I sat on a panel at the Philadelphia Inquirer when all this was originally going down and, being the "token conservative" on the panel had to endure an entire evening of the other Bloggers (big bloggers) salivating over the anticipated Rove indictment.
...So, THIS is the only thing I can think of to say. ;)