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Wednesday, December 28, 2005

'Nuff Said

Oh my.

Kathleen Parker rips bloggers a new one with this commentary that hits all the right chords.

One blog in particular should sit up and take note.


Tuesday, December 06, 2005

No Credibility

Michelle's blog entries have been thoughtless and sloppy now for a while, indicating fatigue with blogging. Nowhere is this more evident with this sorry excuse for a blog entry, basically tossing Valerie Plame to the curb much as her scum-bag friends in the Executive Branch and the right-wing media did a couple of years ago.

I'm wondering what would have happened if the roles were reversed. Say, for instance, that the democrats played dirty tricks in outing a CIA operative while they were in power? Wonder how ol' Michelle would have reacted then? I can hear that shrill unhinged voice bleating now.