Remember Scott Ritter? I guess I wasn't too far off calling him a whore. Scott Ritter has canceled a propaganda trip to Iraq in the wake of revelations that he was arrested in an Internet sex sting in 2001, the Associated Press reports. Ritter talked yesterday with WRGB-TV of Albany, N.Y., his first interview since the scandal became public (<a href="http://www.wrgb.com/news/special/ritter.html">a Quicktime video is here</a>). He dodged reporter Darcy Wells's question about his arrest, reportedly for allegedly soliciting sex online from an "underage girl" who was actually an undercover cop: "I must respect my legal and ethical responsibilities and not discuss issues pertaining to that case," he said, claiming falsely that because the record was sealed, he is legally obliged not to discuss it. The revelations have done nothing to deflate Ritter's pomposity: "Nothing that transpired this week, nothing that's been spewed across the airwaves changes the fact that I am one of the top of the foremost experts on the issue of Iraq," he tells the station. "I have the moral authority and the moral responsibility to continue talking about this issue." LMAO! What a tool.