Monday, July 11, 2005

How Rove Pulled It Off
(part three)

It had to be easy as pie (or yellow cake) for KKKarl to disclose the identity of a CIA operative without saying her name.

Here's another example...

What, sir, not yet at rest? The king's a-bed:
He hath been in unusual pleasure, and
Sent forth great largess to your offices.
This diamond he greets your wife withal,
By the name of most kind hostess; and shut up
In measureless content.

Being unprepared,
Our will became the servant to defect;
Which else should free have wrought.

And don't be seduced by RNC talking points, either.

Joseph Wilson didn't lie about the bogus yellow cake claim, and they know it.

Rice, Powell, and even George W. admitted that the infamous 16 Words didn't pass the smell test...

Rice: "16 words dispute 'enormously overblown'," CNN: "Criticism grew last week over the White House's acknowledgment that President Bush included a 16-word statement in his State of the Union address that was based on false intelligence. The statement was part of Bush's argument to declare war on Iraq."

Larry King interview with
Colin Powell: "Bush demonstrating his commitment to Africa," CNN: "KING: What is your thinking and thoughts on this furor over the president's admitted misstatement about the uranium purchases in Africa by Iraq in the State of the Union address? ... POWELL: Frankly, Larry, I think too much is being made out of this single statement in the State of the Union address."

The White House (That would be George W.) has admitted that a false claim that Iraq tried to obtain uranium oxide -- known as yellowcake -- from Niger was included in the State of the Union address in January as President Bush was trying to rally support for the invasion of Iraq. Link

How pathetic that George W. has more confidence in KKKarl Rove than he does in his State Of The Union address, his intelligence agencies, and his father's seasoned ambassadors!

Suck on that big one for a while, RNC Flying Monkeys!

And ignore all of the polls where 75-85% of respondents think KKKarl should be either fired or prosecuted.

And ask yourselves...

Is defending KKKarl to the bitter end really worth it?

If the answer is yes, you're even more pathetic than I ever imagined.

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