This technique is an artform and she pulled it off magnificently. She did it in a most eloquent fashion and did not come off as angry and indignant. As a result of this reversal, Wolf appeared to look a bit uncomfortable (at least he did to me). He is the one used to putting people on the defensive. But in this instance, I think he was taken by surprise.
See what you think.
UPDATE (10-30, 4:05PM) - AC at Fore Left has some follow up to this interview here. It seems that Wolf is up in arms about Mrs' Cheney's refusal to give a pass to Mr. Blitzer on CNN's showing of the now famous sniper video and some of the other questions she presented to him.
AC makes an excellent point in his critique of the situation:
Blitzer's not fooling anyone. Enemy snipers have been operating in Iraq for a LONG TIME, yet they saw no reason to give them special coverage until less than a month before the election.
Iraq being the only issue that the Dems have a real chance of exploiting, this should come as no real surprise. But allow me to point something out that I do not recall being discussed, as of yet.
Given the success of the Jihadists' recent ventures into the film industry, has anyone considered that this video may have been part of a Pallywood movie set?
If this turned out to be the case, how credible would CNN appear, then? Move over al-Reuters.