Bush Now Uncertain Leaker of CIA Information Will Be Found

It didn't take long. President Bush has switched horses again since his strong comments yesterday about finding the leaker of CIA operative Valerie Plame's identity to Robert Novak.

Bush is now saying the leaker may never be found. And, he's ruled out his three senior aides as sources of the leak.

"I have no idea whether we'll find out who the leaker is," Bush told reporters after he met with his Cabinet.

If he doesn't know who the leaker is now and he has doubts as to whether he ever will, how can he rule out his three aides? Because they denied it? Would he really expect them to do anything else?

We think Bush is dissembling- big time.

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