This past week, the truth that many have known for a long time has been publicly verified. Karl Rove, Dick Cheney, and the White House was not responsible for the leak of Valerie Plame's name. It came from outside the WH, and the person responsible is no longer employed. Where are the many who accused Rove, Cheney, and the WH of lying to offer their apologies? You guys lied ... You said something that turned out to be untrue, when in fact you had knowledge that it was untrue when you claimed it was true. (Remember, that is the standard of lying you hold Bush to, so you must hold yourself to it, or apologize for being a hypocrite with a double standard as well.) So if Bush lied for saying something he believed to be true which later turned out apparently not to be true (WMDs), are you not also guilty of lying for saying something that later turned out not to be true? You had people telling you it wasn't true. You simply chose to disregard them and say what you wanted to say anyway because you had a political end in mind of attacking Bush. And Bush's comments actually had something at stake, the lives of many if he was correct. Your comments were born out of personal dislike or hatred, and political ends. Your comments are far more shameful because there was nothing at stake, except a chance to hammer the administration. Now you have egg on your face, which could have been avoided had you simply listened to begin with when people said it wasn't true. So the question is, Will you apologize for your lies? Here are just a few of the many who lied about Rove. Others could be cited as well. Plame was outed by Libby in 2002. (Daisy, http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=9290&highlight=rove+plame) Before Rove's name ever came up the Whitehouse is on the record as saying that whoever leaked the CIA information should be prosecuted, does their position change now that they know it was Rove leaking to the press? (JGrubbs, http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=8713&page=2&highlight=rove+plame First he says he will fire anyone in his administration found to have leaked the name of an undercover CIA agent. Then when it comes out that Rove did that, (Magnetic Poles, http://www.baptistboard.com/showthread.php?t=8744&highlight=rove+plame) FTR, I don't believe these people actually lied. They were certainlyway more dogmatic than they should have been. They refused to listen to the people who knew. Their personal distaste and political ideals led them to say things that were driven by emotion rather than known fact, and it later turned out to be untrue. But the problem is that these are some of the same people who claimed that Bush lied because he said there were WMDs when there later turned out apparently not to be WMDs. So, as the old saying goes, what's good for the goose is good for the gander. If you accused Bush of lying, then you must stand up and face the fact that you lied to.