Did Karl Rove, "D.C. Boogeyman", take a leak on Joseph Wilson and Valerie Plame?

On last night’s “McLaughlin Group” program, political analyst for MSNBC, the cable network Jon Stewart once said “has more letters in its name than viewers”, said something that’s pretty common these days: “Karl Rove did it.”

Time Inc. has turned over documents to federal court, which may reveal who its reporter, Matt Cooper, identified as his source in the Valerie Plame/CIA case. O’Donnell says that person, or “Deep Gloat” as I like to call him, is Bush advisor Karl Rove.

“And I know I’m going to get pulled into the grand jury for saying this but the source of…for Matt Cooper was Karl Rove, and that will be revealed in this document dump that Time magazine’s going to do with the grand jury.”

So, Time Magazine took a “document dump” on the grand jury? Good, now the grand jury will know what it feels like to be a newsstand every Monday.

The leaker has to be Rove, right? He guides everything these days. He’s the Wizard of Oz and the Wicked Witch rolled into one tubby bald guy. Even if it turns out to not be Rove, it’ll be Rove, because the leaker will no doubt be somebody attached to the puppet strings looped around the evil genius fingers of Rove. Anybody who has looked at the White House in the last few years has to have noticed the flying monkeys, haven’t they?

If you don’t recall the specifics of the case, retired career diplomat (a job title that just oozes credibility) Joseph Wilson, accused White House officials of leaking his wife’s name to columnist Robert Novak to punish Wilson and intimidate others after he wrote an op-ed article critical of the administration’s handling of prewar intelligence on Iraq.

If anybody should be pissed at Wilson, it’s Plame, whose intelligence value was being questioned by her own husband, but that’s neither here nor there, because “Rove did it.” He frightens people, he does things when they’re not looking, and he lurks underneath the beds of Democrats.

Karl Rove: The Boogeyman of D.C.

Did Karl Rove, “D.C. Boogeyman”, take a leak on Joseph Wilson and Valerie Plame?

On last night’s “McLaughlin Group” program, political analyst for MSNBC, the cable network Jon Stewart once said “has more letters in its name than viewers”, said something that’s pretty common these days: “Karl Rove did it.”

Time Inc. has turned over documents to federal court, which may reveal who its reporter, Matt Cooper, identified as his source in the Valerie Plame/CIA case. O’Donnell says that person, or “Deep Gloat” as I like to call him, is Bush advisor Karl Rove.

“And I know I’m going to get pulled into the grand jury for saying this but the source of…for Matt Cooper was Karl Rove, and that will be revealed in this document dump that Time magazine’s going to do with the grand jury.”

So, Time Magazine took a “document dump” on the grand jury? Good, now the grand jury will know what it feels like to be a newsstand every Monday.

The leaker has to be Rove, right? He guides everything these days. He’s the Wizard of Oz and the Wicked Witch rolled into one tubby bald guy. Even if it turns out to not be Rove, it’ll be Rove, because the leaker will no doubt be somebody attached to the puppet strings looped around the evil genius fingers of Rove. Anybody who has looked at the White House in the last few years has to have noticed the flying monkeys, haven’t they?

If you don’t recall the specifics of the case, retired career diplomat (a job title that just oozes credibility) Joseph Wilson, accused White House officials of leaking his wife’s name to columnist Robert Novak to punish Wilson and intimidate others after he wrote an op-ed article critical of the administration’s handling of prewar intelligence on Iraq.

If anybody should be pissed at Wilson, it’s Plame, whose intelligence value was being questioned by her own husband, but that’s neither here nor there, because “Rove did it.” He frightens people, he does things when they’re not looking, and he lurks underneath the beds of Democrats.

Karl Rove: The Boogeyman of D.C.

Denver Post editorial calls for sacking of Ward Churchill, the world's most violent sounding peace activist

University of Colorado alleged “professor” Ward Churchill, has gone too far, according to the Denver Post, and should be let go for his most recent comments.

This time, Churchill, who is often inaccurately described as a “conscientious objector”, has said that military officers should be “fragged”, which basically means that their own troops should give them a hand grenade enema. These pro-peace types can get pretty violent, can’t they?

Not long ago, Churchill quit his department Chair job but kept his teaching position after calling people who died in the World Trade Centers “Little Eichmanns”, and he’s still making us ask question of ourselves– usually that question is, “exactly how crazy is Ward Churchill?”

The way Churchill is reported by some in the media is comical at best. He’s often described as a “peace activist”, “antiwar prof.”, or “conscientious objector.” He’s none of those… he’s a verbal combatant for the enemy. Period. Churchill’s a greasy version of Tokyo Rose, except instead of talking to our soldiers via radio, he’s talking to our students via classroom– and you and I are paying him to do it. Tokyo Rose said what she said, but at least the U.S. didn’t buy her microphone for her.

With all the false talk concerning the “inhumanity” going on at Gitmo, George W. Bush should at least have the guts to admit that the Guantanamo Bay prison has failed big time in one area: Ward Churchill isn’t there.

Churchill has his defenders, though, like these people, the fine folks at the “Maoist Internationalist Movement.” The MIM, a group that thinks it’s cool to appreciate the man who brought the world “The Great Leap Forward, which, like most planned “leaps forward” by dictators, involved, for many, stepping up and into a six-foot hole, say, in part:

At the request of the Colorado governor, the University of Colorado is considering firing him as a tenured professor for a speech he made about 9/11. This is a legalized lynch mob and a bureaucratic witch-hunt — a throwback to the United States era of bigotry and repression.

We call on all freedom loving people in this country to defend our civil liberties now under attack from the racists and neo-fascists disguised under the cloak of “defending freedom and democracy” and using “9/11” as mantle of authority. Defend Ward Churchill!

The mistake is often made that “freedom” means that taxpayers have to continue to pay pinheads like this Churchill doofus to be completely wrong.

People who actually believe this to be the definition of “freedom and democracy” were, no doubt, instructed by the likes of Ward Churchill while they were in college

Denver Post editorial calls for sacking of Ward Churchill, the world’s most violent sounding peace activist

University of Colorado alleged “professor” Ward Churchill, has gone too far, according to the Denver Post, and should be let go for his most recent comments.

This time, Churchill, who is often inaccurately described as a “conscientious objector”, has said that military officers should be “fragged”, which basically means that their own troops should give them a hand grenade enema. These pro-peace types can get pretty violent, can’t they?

Not long ago, Churchill quit his department Chair job but kept his teaching position after calling people who died in the World Trade Centers “Little Eichmanns”, and he’s still making us ask question of ourselves– usually that question is, “exactly how crazy is Ward Churchill?”

The way Churchill is reported by some in the media is comical at best. He’s often described as a “peace activist”, “antiwar prof.”, or “conscientious objector.” He’s none of those… he’s a verbal combatant for the enemy. Period. Churchill’s a greasy version of Tokyo Rose, except instead of talking to our soldiers via radio, he’s talking to our students via classroom– and you and I are paying him to do it. Tokyo Rose said what she said, but at least the U.S. didn’t buy her microphone for her.

With all the false talk concerning the “inhumanity” going on at Gitmo, George W. Bush should at least have the guts to admit that the Guantanamo Bay prison has failed big time in one area: Ward Churchill isn’t there.

Churchill has his defenders, though, like these people, the fine folks at the “Maoist Internationalist Movement.” The MIM, a group that thinks it’s cool to appreciate the man who brought the world “The Great Leap Forward, which, like most planned “leaps forward” by dictators, involved, for many, stepping up and into a six-foot hole, say, in part:

At the request of the Colorado governor, the University of Colorado is considering firing him as a tenured professor for a speech he made about 9/11. This is a legalized lynch mob and a bureaucratic witch-hunt — a throwback to the United States era of bigotry and repression.

We call on all freedom loving people in this country to defend our civil liberties now under attack from the racists and neo-fascists disguised under the cloak of “defending freedom and democracy” and using “9/11” as mantle of authority. Defend Ward Churchill!

The mistake is often made that “freedom” means that taxpayers have to continue to pay pinheads like this Churchill doofus to be completely wrong.

People who actually believe this to be the definition of “freedom and democracy” were, no doubt, instructed by the likes of Ward Churchill while they were in college