Since I make a hobby of regularly pointing out the pure, collective dumbassitude of the Blogging Tories, simple fairness demands that I give due when it's earned. Over here, Backseat Blogger nails it with respect to the Libby commutation, particularly understanding what the guilty verdict was all about:
... it’s not the crime that’ll get ya, it’s the coverup.
Exactly. This wasn't about the outing of a covert agent -- it was about the fact that Libby lied about it afterwards, under oath, to FBI investigators.
Sadly, first commenter Jonathan Strong at that article is as horrifically clueless as ever, but it is what we've come to expect from him. And he doesn't disappoint.