Here's what I find hard to understand.
Libby told Miller the NIE had the uranium claim as a "key finding" ... meaning it was real solid intel.
But the NIE in fact did NOT have the uranium claim as a "key fining". In fact, it was acknowledged as supported by no reliable evidence.
So Libby, in this matter, wasn't giving out secret information, but LYING about the secret information.
If this is so, why is Bush NOW saying he declassified what Libby disclosed? You can't declassify something that does not exist.
But can you declassify a lie about the contents of a formerly classified document? It would have to be a CLASSIFIED LIE first!
"Oh, what a wicked web we weave,
When first we practice to deceive!"