A Tweet Which Will Live in Infamy

Exactly twenty-five days after the death of Osama bin Laden, another historic event began its dominance of the political news cycle.  While the president and those who surround him used the one-year anniversary of the raid that resulted in bin Laden's death to promote Obama's re-election, I suspect that the one-year anniversary of the event that took place on May 27, 2011 will not appear in any commencement addresses that the president or his vice president or any of his secretaries or czars will be giving in the near future. This Sunday of Memorial Day weekend marked the one-year anniversary of a tweet which will live in infamy.  It was a tweet that torpedoed the career of a young rising political star.  This tweet involved a picture that turned out to be worthy of far more than 1,000 words while causing the person who tweeted it to become a man of few words, most of which were lies. Just because the publisher of an obscene magazine offers to spend millions of dollars...(Read Full Article)