Friday, January 27, 2006

W is a loser 


Russert refuses to come clean with his audience about his role in Plamegate. He is a participant. He was interviewed under oath by Fitzgerald. But he continued to report on Plamegate as if he were a disinterested observer rather than a major player. And he still refuses to come clean and explain why he fought to keep from testifying in front of the Plamegate grand jury about his fateful chat with Scooter Libby -- even after Libby signed a waiver allowing him to do so.

Even Tim Russert is an asshat


``There's definitely something wrong,'' said Gina Lucchesi, a 36-year-old office worker from Woodstown, New Jersey and a Republican, who participated in the survey and was interviewed afterwards. Marion McLaughlin, a 78-year-old retired government worker from Hanover, Connecticut, and a Democrat, complained that Bush is ``totally off-track'' and ``out of touch with reality.'' Both cited health care, economic adversity, and the Iraq war as top concerns.

Bush Off Track


A strong bipartisan majority of the public believes President Bush should disclose all contacts between disgraced lobbyist Jack Abramoff and White House staffers despite administration claims that media requests for details about those contacts amount to a "fishing expedition," according to a new Washington Post-ABC News poll.

People Don’t Like Bush
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