Wednesday, March 14, 2007

Christy Hardin Smith over at Firedoglake has a great post on The Rule Of Karl. Rove that is. The grotesquely corpulent, politically sociopathic, sebum-stained parasite who destroys all government he touches.

I just got in from a long drive back from Ohio and am exhausted. So read Christy's post, it's excellent. But I will have one tomorrow I have been cooking up on him, tracing back to his early days and looking at his unmistakable pattern of corrupting government and disregarding if not downright destroying lives wherever he is present.

He is like a locust who devours his surroundings and moves on. And for this latest chapter in his sick, sleazy life, the firing of government attorneys for political purposes, he simply must go to prison.


At 9:53 PM, Blogger Jeff said...


There's a bizarre little debate going on in the comments of Eric Boehlert's latest piece for Media Matters:

The debate is over whether the commentators, pundits and guests on the "news" shows on Fox are paid for their service. Nobody there really seems to know either way, but since you've appeared in that capacity on MSNBC and elsewhere, I was wondering if you could clear it up.

Obviously nobody's asking "how much do they pay you" but it's kinda silly seeing people going around and around with so little information to work with.


P.S. Keep up the great work! I've been a fan since Crooks and Liars hosted one of your appearances just before the election smacking down a Republican called Brad something. "What's my prediction for the future? A lot more Republican criminals behind bars!" was a classic line.

Glad you're blogging so regularly these days!

At 10:05 PM, Blogger Donnie McDaniel said...

Locust!!! What a great description of that porcine purveyor of propaganda!

At 10:11 PM, Blogger John Good said...

Anybody else on here joining in the march on the Pentagon on Saturday?

At 9:29 PM, Blogger angela said...

Free REIN, for crying out loud, not free REIGN.

At 2:17 PM, Blogger Carlos said...

The problem with Rove and Bush, I assert, is sexual abuse when young. This is what drives the mean-spiritedness, the malevolence, the addictive tendencies, the overweight, the essential fear of masculinity that leads to ‘Yes’ men advisors, the obsession with Saddam’s gun – the older man right, the original Perp, etc.. It’s a total fit


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