Drudge is linking a couple of past stories on the top of his site:
The first article refers to Harry Reid make the statement while discussing filibusters to some high school students and the second refers to an appearance on Meet the Press. Both of these are far different than calling the President a liar on a nationally televised speech before a joint session of Congress.
The final article talks about the Democrats booing Bush during his State of the Union in 2005. Apparently Drudge didn’t even read what he linked to because it is a Media Matters piece that talks about the right being up in arms over this, even though they did the same thing to Clinton. Of course there is a major difference between booing and calling someone a liar.
What Rep. Joe Wilson did is unprecedented, and actually a breech of protocol according to one former representative – Joe Scarborough. The fact that Drudge is trying to defend this action shows that he has no respect for the office of the Presidency. And could you just imagine how Drudge would react if someone like Dennis Kucinich called President Bush a liar? It would be an all out war.