Pete Wehner on the unfortunate behavior of Bill Moyers:
Moyers is among the most sanctimonious individuals on television (quite a feat, given the competition). He presents himself as a champion of good government, an intrepid voice for integrity and honesty, ever on the lookout for people who would degrade our public discourse or act in a dishonorable manner. That's why this revelation -- Moyers seeking information on the sexual preferences of White House staff members -- is particularly notable. And I suspect his excuse, that his "memory is unclear after so many years," probably wouldn't persuade Moyers himself, if the person in question were, say, a conservative.
These haven't been such great weeks for Moyers, who was last heard suggesting that Jews are genetically-encoded for violence.