Tuesday, March 20, 2007

Some-body's grum-py

I've just got to smile at this little anecdote (via Think Progress):

A reporter approached Rove to ask him what he thought of rumors that former Missouri Sen. Jack Danforth could replace embattled Attorney General Alberto Gonzales. "How about you go over there and do your job," Rove replied, pointed back to the media pool.

Uh, Karl, I hate to break this to you, but asking questions and obtaining facts is a reporter's job. You're little delusion (that reporters ought to stay where you tell them and print what you say to print) is no longer the case. Shoulda enjoyed it while it lasted.

And on a side note, the latest update in this scandal was Bush stating that Rove would grant congressional interviews, but not under oath. Why? I've never understood this concept. All this does is make people believe that you'll be fudging the truth as much as possible and outright lying when necessary. For an administration and a political party that are so damn fond of the Christian right, they are sure awful scared of placing their hands on Bibles.

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