It takes one to know one
Another day of bile and irrationality on the Wall Street Journal online. Some of the lowlights:
But if the [UK Daily] Mirror does turn out to have fabricated the [Iraqi prisoner abuse] photos, it will be the clearest evidence yet that some in the press are abusing their power and consciously contributing to enemy propaganda during wartime.
Notice the careful phrasing of the sentence, clearly leaving open their view that others besides the Mirror and their potentially faked photos might be "consciously contributing to enemy propaganda" -- like any media outlet daring to report on what went on.
Then they get to the letter sent to George "Tex" Bush by former US diplomats criticising his Middle East policies, mirroring a similar letter sent to Tony "Posh" Blair by retired UK diplomats. Both are explained as follows:
Diplomats sometimes end up acting as advocates for the country where they're assigned rather than their own; it's possible that these guys simply "went native."
A nice description of "Prince" Bandar, friend of Dubya, and Saudi "Ambassador" to the US.