Archive for September, 2003
“Even though the White House has said Rove wasn’t involved, Wilson made clear yesterday that he has no intention of backing off from his assertion that Rove at least condoned someone’s making telephone calls to reporters about his wife. He said he took a call from a reporter who quoted Rove as saying: “Joe Wilson’s wife is fair game.”
This is a good story, Wilson has a fine sense of humor.
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The first to report, Robert Novak, I doubt seriously is going to reveal his source, and unless somebody steps up from the whitehouse and says “I did it” this is going to be almost impossible to prove.
But that their is an investigation going is a positive.
That’s some shitty tactics to go after a guy’s wife and put her into Lord knows how much danger, not to mention just wrecking her career. Not that these are new tactics but despicable just the same.
This time with paint filled balloons fired from a catapult.
“Pat Prince, the director of Network Security, said: ‘We’ve had the full array now – egg throwing, golf balls, laser pens and now paint. But I don’t think they’ll ever run out of options. There’s always something new these people can try.’”
Start brainstorming the next attack!
A fine dissection of the story that Wesley Clark would have gone Republican if Karl Rove had returned his phone calls. Enough spin to make your head spin.
Congressional Quarterly columnist Craig Crawford suggests that Wesley Clark’s campaign is just a front designed to let Hillary Clinton enter the race in November. Under this scenario, she takes over the Clark campaign organization sometime before November 21st (the filing deadline for the New Hampshire primary), and Clark becomes the VP candidate. It would certainly explain a lot.