This blogger remembers when conservatives thought perjury was a bad thing:
"Lying under oath strikes at the heart of our system of justice and the rule of law. It does not matter in the least what the perjury is about," - Robert Bork and James Rosen, National Review.
"And we know that when a person testifies under oath that he doesn't remember something when in fact he does, he has committed perjury," - Bill Bennett, Wall Street Journal.
Hat tip to Andrew Sullivan, who sums things up nicely:
Rarely has an intellectual movement been exposed so brutally as a power-grubbing scam.