Wilson and the media

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Tim Rutten considers in the Times why Roger L. Simon would call the former ambassador-turned-author Joseph C. Wilson "a deeply evil human being" and other blogger obsessions, in a piece that argues the media did not miss the story on Wilson. Simon responds, after a fashion. Patterico has been writing about Wilson coverage too.

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