Wednesday, July 13, 2005

The Democrats Take Another
Hit From The Crack Pipe

Washington is full of politicians, that's it's main problem, but it's even worse when those politicians act like 5 year olds. The democrats are sucking their thumb and pretending that Karl Rove done a bad thing. But he actually didn't do anything remotely illegal. In fact he blew the whistle on a liar. So why are the democrats calling for his firing? Well it's mainly because it's the only thing they know how to do. Actually coming up with plans for a better America is just too hard, so instead they throw their own feces like a bunch of underdeveloped apes. Could it be their attempt to distract the nation after the news that the national deficit is falling? I think that the democrats actually think that we get angry about what they are trying to do here, they have no idea how much we love it.
I really like this article in the Wall Street Journal. I think it says more about the good that Karl Rove actually did...

Karl Rove, Whistleblower
He told the truth about Joe Wilson.

Wednesday, July 13, 2005 12:01 a.m. EDT

Democrats and most of the Beltway press corps are baying for Karl Rove's head over his role in exposing a case of CIA nepotism involving Joe Wilson and his wife, Valerie Plame. On the contrary, we'd say the White House political guru deserves a prize--perhaps the next iteration of the "Truth-Telling" award that The Nation magazine bestowed upon Mr. Wilson before the Senate Intelligence Committee exposed him as a fraud.

For Mr. Rove is turning out to be the real "whistleblower" in this whole sorry pseudo-scandal. He's the one who warned Time's Matthew Cooper and other reporters to be wary of Mr. Wilson's credibility. He's the one who told the press the truth that Mr. Wilson had been recommended for the CIA consulting gig by his wife, not by Vice President Dick Cheney as Mr. Wilson was asserting on the airwaves. In short, Mr. Rove provided important background so Americans could understand that Mr. Wilson wasn't a whistleblower but was a partisan trying to discredit the Iraq War in an election campaign. Thank you, Mr. Rove. Full Story

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