The plot thickens, and so does the treason case against British Labor MP George Galloway, who certainly seems to have been on the payroll of Saddam Hussein and for serious money. I have two thoughts on this: First, why isn't anyone else running with this? The NY Times has spent two days babbling about the looted treasures of the Baghdad Museum and can't spare two lines for the fact that the political leader of the British anti-war movement was in the pay of Saddam? What, or who, are they afraid of? Second, this is the tip of the iceberg. I, for one, am very interested about who may be filling the pockets of Noam Chomsky, Leslie Cagan, Edward Said and fifty to a hundred other people I can name. Its high time we stopped coddling these people and admitted the fact that there is at least the very real possibility that they, and the anti-war movement as a whole, may be in the pay of foreign governments.