Wednesday, August 03, 2005


A hint that they're getting a little spooked (you should pardon the expression) by messages reading ROVE. TREASON. BETRAYAL. on freeway overpasses, notices in agate type in the middle of the baseball standings, "While You Were Out" slips of phone messages, the very fine print at the bottom of TV ads for erectile dysfunction remedies and dietary supplements, and most of the better Internets:

(via More Trustworthy Than the NYT)

The White House denied rumors of wrongdoing by anyone named Karl Rove Monday, saying the alleged deputy chief of staff does not exist.

[snip] McClellan reiterated his denial of Karl Rove's existence 33 times during the press conference. When pressed, he distributed a list of "real, actual political figures about whom I'd be happy to comment." The list included only President George W. Bush and Secretary of Transportation Norman Y. Mineta.

[snip] The phantom advisor has come under heavy fire in recent weeks from critics of the administration, who say he should be fired for his role in the scandal. President Bush has pledged that anyone in his administration found to be involved in the CIA leak will be dismissed.

"There is no such organization as the CIA," McClellan said. "This is tinfoil-hat stuff."

corrente SBL - New Location
~ Since April 2010 ~

~ Since 2003 ~

The Washington Chestnut
~ current ~

Subscribe to
Posts [Atom]


copyright 2003-2010

    This page is powered by Blogger. Isn't yours?