I still don't know what "frog-marched" means, but I will enjoy seeing Karl Rove demonstrate it for me. This story is one that is going to get bigger and bigger, perhaps rivaling Iraq as an issue in the 2004 election. If we get away from every issue, boiling things down to an issue of trust, the Bush administration is beginning to look like a manager that has "lost the locker room." We all know what the answer is there.
I go back and forth, but it's issues like this, being covered in far more details by the bloggers than the traditional media, that make me start thinking "disruptive technology." Can newspapers survive two inflection points inside of a decade and come out unscathed? Worse, did the failure of newspaper competition lead to this, in fact becoming the original inflection point? Not sure, since TV news still technically competes, but seldom does over issues bigger than sweeps.
New article up on BP today. Hope everyone from NYYFans.com understands what I meant about Giambi now. (Yes, you'll have to pay to read it.) You might also note our announcement on the front page - we're contributing HALF of new subscription income to the Jimmy Fund as part of Peter Gammons' "Hot Stove, Cool Music" project. If you're not a BP Premium subscriber, this is a great time to do it and help a great cause.