What they deemphasize, however, is that her "anti-Bush" contribution was the act of buying a pair of the best seats available to see a legendary concert with Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band, R.E.M., Bright Eyes, and John Fogarty, all performing together on one stage. The concert sold out in under 30 minutes and was one of the hottest tickets of last year, with some scalpers charging as much as $800 a ticket. Under those circumstances, $372 for a pair of tickets doesn't seem too unreasonable.
That's not how Fox News views it though... apparently, the fact that Plame gave money -- after she was outed by the Bush administration -- to a pro-Kerry organization "is likely to raise eyebrows."
Yeah, right. Only amongst the ignorant and uninformed. (i.e. Fox News' audience.)
So, let me get this straight. It's frowned upon if you're working for the government and you give a political contribution to someone, but it's okay that *ALL* of our politicians donate money to each other from their various funds like some kind of ideological circle jerk?
Is Plame, of all people, expected to remain unbiased about her political choices, after the Bush administration blew her cover, endangered her life, and jeopardized her career?
Joseph Wilson, Plame's husband, described the concert as "Great." Damn straight, bubba.