Sunday, October 08, 2006
This is from Thomas Lifson, editor & publisher of the American Thinker:
The left, in possession of a scandal which they think can drive a wedge between evangelicals and the GOP, is behaving like a shark driven mad by the scent of blood in the water. Certain individuals strike out blindly in a political feeding frenzy. There’s no telling what wounds will be inflicted on whom.
How else to account for the dynamic at work, with people like Lawrence O’Donnell coyly dropping itty-bitty hints in the Huffington Post that a certain key GOP figure might be a little light in the loafers, nudge-nudge, wink-wink.
There are plenty of odd couple Congressmen who have roomed together on Capitol Hill, but I have never heard of a chief of staff who rooms with his boss. It is beyond unusual. But it must have its advantages. Anything they forget to tell each other at the office, they have until bedtime to catch up on. And then there’s breakfast for anything they forgot to tell each other before falling asleep. And then there’s all day at the office. Hastert and Palmer are together more than any other co-workers in the Congress.
And this below, by Clarice Feldman, same publication:
Mystery Owner of Fake Blog Unmasked?
One blogger, Corvus of Smart Retorts, thinks he’s unmasked the owner of the fake blog that purpotedly was the basis for the Mahoney demand for an investigation which Brian Ross used as a tag to run the story that started the Foley Firestorm. Full article...