Bravo! In the wrapup of the "Scooter" Libby case, the award for Best Performance By A SuckUp Defense Attorney goes to Libby's Theodore Wells, Jr. who, in his summation, said that “If it turned out that what he said was wrong that doesn’t mean he is a liar. It means he may have misrecollected what happened.” Then brilliantly concluded with "This is a man with a wife and two children; he is a good person. He’s been under my protection for the last month. I give him to you. Give him back to me." Here's the kicker -- as he finished speaking, Wells teared up, sobbed audibly and sat down. That, ladies and gentlemen, is the man I want defending me if I ever go to trial and am really, really guilty.