Tuesday, November 20, 2007

True Reds will say he sold out for the money. Blues will say they didn't know he had that kind of spunk. (click here).

Kind of puts a cork in the Armitage sole source theory, though.

KoolAid drinkers of both stripes, bring your own cup.

6 Comments:

At 5:18 PM, November 20, 2007, Blogger THE ORACLE... said...

I had a good SPEAK planned for this also. But a more important matter came up. The saving of a life. Wish me luck.

 
At 6:30 PM, November 20, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

Best of Luck, always, especially when it comes to saving lives.

TYFCB

 
At 11:08 AM, November 21, 2007, Blogger Allthenewsthatfits said...

Of course, McLellan sold out for the money....but that doesn't mean it's not true.

 
At 3:18 PM, November 21, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

It's likely that the buzz over Public Affairs Books' deliberately misleading blurb will ultimately have its intended impact upon book sales, but little upon the occupants of the West Wing Cabinet Room.

The words in question, which ask as many questions as they answer, are derived from a book promotion, not sworn testimony.

 
At 7:34 PM, November 21, 2007, Blogger UMRBlog said...

Speaking only for the Basin, I never predicted any outcome for the West Wing. Of course, you're right about the motive but it's still news when SM puts W's fingerprints on it.

TYFCB

 
At 7:01 AM, November 22, 2007, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I don't think he really does put W's prints on the leak, at least not in this contextually deficient teaser.

"I had unknowingly passed along false information. And five of the highest ranking officials in the administration were involved in my doing so: Rove, Libby, the vice President, the President's chief of staff, and the President himself."

Now, you'll likely notice that there's nothing in those words to even suggest that George Bush knew anything about any conspiracy. In fact, when asked by Larry King in a March CNN interview whether or not he had been lied to, McClellan responded:

"Well, Larry, I said what I believed to be true at the time. It was also what the president believed to be true at the time based on assurances that we were both given."

 

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