Her daddy ran with the mob. Where she learned her manners.
Judy the Mattress was widely known around journalism circles, as were questions about her ethics.
And the sad fact is that rumors about her bed hopping have not stopped.
The D.C. office had only about half a dozen reporters under the age of 35, including Sulzberger, Miller, Steve Rattner, and Phil Taubman. They clung to one another
Her actions, whether it was fucking warrant officers or being a useful fool for the neocons, have harmed the credibility of her employer beyond explaination. No one is going to protect her. She's made too many enemies for that.
" WASHINGTON - It was called the White House Iraq Group and its job was to make the case that Saddam Hussein had nuclear and biochemical weapons.
Besides Rove and Libby, the group included senior White House aides Karen Hughes, Mary Matalin, James Wilkinson, Nicholas Calio, Condoleezza Rice and Stephen Hadley. WHIG also was doing more than just public relations, said a second former intel officer.
The Daily News reports today (here via The Amazin� Froomkin:
�They were funneling information to [New York Times reporter] Judy Miller. Judy was a charter member�, the source said."
"Thou shall not give false witness against your neighbor."
What's the penalty for journalistic fraud?
I mean, what happens to a person that was/is a bought and paid for hack?
I know if this kind of thing happens to a Federal Judge it is serious hoosegow time, but for a mattress with a pen?
Cost of doing business I guess.
And where are Judy the Mattress's legal bills? How much? Most interesting, who paid them?
My Chinese friends remind me to ask that somebody send a pretty bright "green" hat to Mr. Epstein.
"You could get a journalist cheaper than a good call girl, for a couple hundred dollars a month." - CIA operative discussing with Philip Graham, editor Washington Post, on the availability and prices of journalists willing to peddle CIA propaganda and cover stories. "Katherine The Great," by Deborah Davis (New York: Sheridan Square Press, 1991)