Travesties

Reading John Dickerson’s account of Ari Fleischer’s testimony at the Libby trial yesterday reminds me of Tom Stoppard’s play The Real Inspector Hound. The audience is drawn into the mystery and the conclusion remains in doubt: “My surreal day at the Libby trial.” Stoppard’s play, however, is a comedy. The Libby trial is decidedly unfunny. (Courtesy of Lucianne.)

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