The Ana Log: Oct. 9, 2006

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

Reporting from her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C.

DON'T DIPLOMATIZE AND DIAL

A new Bob Woodward book claims that Dick Cheney, desperate to help find WMD in 2003, had his office call weapons inspector David Kay at 3 a.m. with advice on where to look. I used to make calls at 3 a.m., so I can imagine what Cheney might have said if he'd been on the line himself: "Just this once, Dave. I promise this time it'll be different. I'm a different person ... I have maps."

BUT WHAT ABOUT THE CHILDREN? Florida Congressman...

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