-By Warner Todd Huston
Colin Powell's reply to what he called a "cheap shot" in former Vice President Dick Cheney's new book, "In My Time," is little but an example of "dishonesty" that is "quite stunning," as far as Jennifer Rubin of the Washington Post is concerned.
Powell was upset over the way Cheney described the supposed leak of Valerie Plame as a CIA operative. The former Sec. of State said that the former VP delivered a "cheap shot" to say that the outing of Plame was Powell's fault and the fault of his underling at the State Dept., Richard Armitage.
Then Powell goes on to offer his own version of the incident. Sadly, what he proffered is filled with inaccuracies. Truthfully, there is no other way to characterize Colin Powell's version of the Valerie Plame affair but as an outright lie…
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