ARC's 1st Law: As a "progressive" online discussion grows longer, the probability of a nefarious reference to Karl Rove approaches one

Thursday, March 10, 2005

Rovian Cabal Uncovered

Subtitle: Citizen Journalists Demand an Investigation into GannonGuckert connection and whether the cabal will return so they can prepare the proper poison

DUers are all a-twitter over this report in the objective, non-partisan Raw Story. Rumsfeld allegedly had dinner with Paul Gigot, John Thune, and (most damaging) Roger Ailes, the head of "faux" news, obviously to discuss the new plans to build the re-education camps for those in the Blue States. I'll bet that they also consumed beef, chicken, and perhaps even a lobster or two.

When will our government officials finally do what the DUers want and not meet or talk with ANY REPORTERS? I mean, isn't it inappropriate for a journalist to talk to a government official? Doesn't this inevitably lead to articles being published, commentaries and opinions being expressed? As a citizen journalist, I DEMAND THAT THESE MEETINGS BETWEEN JOURNALISTS AND GOVERNMENT OFFICIALS STOP IMMEDIATELY! it's time to close the WH press room.

Oh, and be sure the read the comments on Raw Story... here are some high lowlights:

  • 1. Wow. A couple undercooked chickens would’ve solved a lot of the world’s problems. AC
    Comment by Andy — 3/9/2005 @ 9:59 pm

  • 2. Where does Gannon/Guckert, the whore posing as a republican journalist, fit into this? Was he at the dinner? If so which man was using his services?
    Comment by Anonymous — 3/9/2005 @ 10:16 pm

  • 17. where’s the Ukranian soup when you need it?
    Comment by Silverseas — 3/10/2005 @ 11:33 am
Apparently, the Left's concern for animal rights is waved aside if the animals can be used as weapons. And the Gannon reference is now a requirement for any Lefty discussion, despite their "tolerance"... BECAUSE OF THE HYPOCRISY!!!

**Edit - 12.00 - Blogger seems to be having problems, so posting is on a best efforts basis right now... Uggh, if I paid for a service, would I get faster load times/service? Or is this SNAFU ***

**Edit - 2.00 - It seems to be back up. Yeah, Blogger!

Your Co-Conspirator,
ARC: St Wendeler

Comments (2)
Patton said...

Uh, Blogger regularly has problems, such as the fact it took so long for the comment page to come up that I'd forgotten what I was planning to say.

Even in light of that, as free services go, it's worth at least three times the price of admission.

St Wendeler said...

Well, I guess I'd have to agree... Still new to this, so not sure of my options.