[UPDATE, BREAKING, 11/06/2006: Michele Malkin actually paid a lawyer to make us explain to you that this illustration is "forged." Really.]
Here’s Michelle proudly trumpeting the brave work of her fellow lunatic bloggers in convincing Senator Rick Santorum and Rep. Pete Hoekstra to post documents seized from Iraq and the Taliaban on the internet for everyone to read and enjoy.
These would be the documents that, according to the New York Times,
…contain charts, diagrams, equations and lengthy narratives about bomb building that nuclear experts who have viewed them say go beyond what is available elsewhere on the Internet and in other public forums.
Hooray for citizen journalism! We also get to blame the Weekly Standard and this guy. Should Iran manage to put together a working nuclear weapons program much sooner than predicted, thank you cards may be sent to your crazed right-wing blogger of choice.
AN ARMY OF TRANSLATORS NEEDED [Michelle Malkin]
U.S. Web Archive is Said to Reveal a Nuclear Primer [NYT]
How the 101st Fighting Keyboarders (and Rick Santorum and George W. Bush) are helping Iran get the nuclear bomb [Attytood]