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Tuesday, June 13, 2006
CURSES! (TIN)FOILED AGAIN!
Shawn Macomber attended the Yearly Kos thingie in Las Vegas and wonders: What I don't understand is how a roomful of people who believe they must organize now against imminent jackboot fascism before it is too late can gather at a political conference and spend the majority of their time making jokes and talking about how to get more traffic to their web postings.
8 Yearly Kos photos
And then CURSES! They've been salivating for months -- MONTHS!, I tell you! -- only to have their hopes for a Merry Fitzmas dashed this morning.
8 Suicide Hotlines Jammed: Rove Cleared In “Plame-Gate”: What does the “un-indictment” mean? First, and most importantly is that no one committed the crime of having “outed” Valerie Plame, something the Democrats and the MSM have been repeating ad nauseum and had been Exhibit “A” in the “Culture of Corruption” mantra.
8 Mac Ranger points out that all those appearances before Fitz's Grand Jury - just maybe - weren't "11th hour" appeals to to clear himself, but to provide more information and evidence against someone else. I'll bet that there are a few Nervous Nells in the house. Just as the story is breaking, I'll be posting on it all day long.
8 AJ Strata points out that We know Armitage is the original leaker of the information Fitzgerald was assigned to investigate. It will be devastating when he gets on the stand and everyone is reminded that it was his act Fitzgerald was charged to resolve - not Libby’s.
Oh, NO, Moonbats! MORE bad news!
8 Pat points out that Aided by surging tax receipts, President Bush may make good on his pledge to cut the deficit in half in 2006 — three years early.
8 Don Surber points out that While Democrats have been demanding this endless debate, the American military has been out winning this war. Their commander-in-chief suffered low poll ratings to stay the course. Guess what? It worked. Look for Republican gains in both houses in November.
8 And if all of that wasn't bad enough, Bush makes surprise visit to Iraq