Monday, August 13, 2007


Okay, So He Wasn't "Frog-Marched" Out of
The White House, As Joe Wilson Had Hoped....

...We're just glad to see the thuggish schemer, Karl Rove, leaving. We'll take it any way we can get it. But a note to Congress: don't go any easier on him in trying to get to the bottom of his part in the Bush White House's manifold desecrations of the Constitution. The target on his back should remain as large as ever. Meanwhile, in the interview with the Wall Street Journal in which he broke the news of his impending resignation, you can read the scariest five words imaginable: "He'd like to teach eventually."

2 Comments:

At 5:09 PM, Anonymous Mr. Bluster said...

John Edwards put it succinctly: "Goodbye, good riddance."

 
At 1:56 AM, Anonymous Mr. Bluster said...

Josh Marshall on Rove:

"Rove's whole model of political advocacy and organization was built on a confidence game. Say improbable things are true often enough, and confidently enough, and the believing of it by enough people will make it so. The pyramid scheme, borrow-against-tomorrow nature of their game now seems exposed for all to see -- whether it's in the agony of Iraq or more prosaically in the low state in which he appears to be leaving the Republican party."

 

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