Tuesday, June 13, 2006

Rove Cleared, No Perp Walk For Donks and MSM

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For the last year or so, the radical left (but I'm being repetitive) in this country has gone to bed and dreamed of Karl Rove doing the perp walk in front of the the media.

Today he's been cleared of all charges. Will those who rushed to convict him say they were wrong? Of course the spineless bastards won't. So I'll say it for them: You idiots have gotten nothing from the Valerie Plame issue. Libby was indicted for perjury and will beat that rap. Rove did everything right; he met with the grand jury as often as asked, he didn't defend himself in the media and he stuck by his guns and so did his boss.

Hey liberals and Kossacks: YOU LOSE! Bwahahaha.

A sampling of the lefty spin:

The Carpet Bagger Report:

In terms of quick reactions, here are a few points to consider: a) resist the temptation to believe dubious reports from Truthout; b) Scooter Libby's trial may still turn out to be an embarrassing debacle for the Bush White House; c) Rove may get out of this mess without an indictment, but that doesn't mean he didn't do anything wrong; and d) if you really want to make Rove's professional life tough, help elect a Democratic Congress in five months.

Blah, blah blah. a) you'll always believe what liars write because you want to believe; b) Libby will be found innocent and the White House will not suffer at all; c)Rove did not get indicted. Period. and d) The donks won't take either the House or Senate and you'll all be crying about Diebold and election fraud like you babies always do.

The Anonymous Liberal:

That said, it's unfortunate that the specter of a criminal indictment has obscured the fact that Rove's acknowledged conduct in this matter is more than enough to warrant immediate dismissal from his job. It is undisputed that Rove was centrally involved in the events leading to the outing of Valerie Plame.

OK, what is disputed is that the whole Plame affair was a criminal act in the first place. She was not covert. The wiretapping leak was worse than anything to do with Plame by a factor of 1,000.

The PuffHo:

In the same breath he used to announce that Karl Rove won't be indicted, his attorney indicated he won't make "any further public statements" about the situation. Many questions remain, however, and the public has a right to know.

Who knows? Maybe those other witnesses were lying, and Karl's completely innocent. If so, why would his attorney zip his lip like that?

You'd think that an innocent man and his lawyer would be eager to go on record to clear his name - but Rove hasn't even pledged to "find the real killers."

Just a quick thought on this mindless post, why would an innocent man have to "go on record to clear his name?" If he's innocent, which no indictment seems to mean he is, his his name by definition is clear.

MyDD hasn't commented (a shocker, I know).

It's not Fitzmas but it feels like Christmas. Those Bush poll numbers will be increasing steadily now and just when the donks thought they had November's election sewn up...poof, right in their faces like a Palestinian bomb maker with a case of the shakes.

Sucks for them!

Update: Drudge twists the knife and throws lemon juice on the wound. Nice!

Update 2: Nice timing jerkoff! I guess the indictment will be sealed for centuries now. Via Decision '08 who has a nice wrap-up of lefty whining.

Update 3: Goldstein notes a true spineless liberal who deserves all of our ridicule. He may be a troll, but with the whiny Kossacks, one never knows for sure.

Update 4: Truthout is getting slammed by their readers because of this post about the clearing of Rove:

Regarding Mr. Luskin's Statements

Marc Ash,
Tue Jun 13th, 2006 at 10:48:36 AM EDT ::
Fitzgerald Investigation

We are stunned by the magnitude of the reaction to the article we published yesterday morning. We have put our cards on the table. We invite Mr. Luskin to do the same.

To clarify: The entire basis for the information that "Rove has been cleared" comes from a verbal statement by Karl Rove's attorney. No one else confirms that. As Karl Rove's attorney Robert Luskin is bound to act - in all regards - in Rove's best interest. We question his motives.

Here's my favorite comment:

I'm a liberal and I'm outraged

This is all the response you have. OUTRAGES !!!!

We, your devoted readers trusted in you, believed you, put our own reputations on the line defending you. Some of us even had to pay 150 dollar bets to right wing neo-con nut jobs based on your reporting and you respond by saying;

"We put our cards on the table"!

In this liberal's opinion you have lost all credibility in the web news world. Perhaps you should switch to selling Amway on EBay.

Liberal Barry by Liberal Barry (Barry@LiberalBarry.net) on Tue Jun 13th, 2006 at 11:26:19 AM EDT http://liberalbarry.net

Man, $150 lost in a bet? That's like a whole weeks pay at McDonalds. I bet the neo-con nutjob spent that entire $150 on gas for his Hummer and cold Heinekens while you were stuck with $2.50 to fill your Prius.

Can you tell I'm having immense amounts of fun today?

Update 5: The Good Lieutenant has some thoughts as you'd suspect. He's hit the big time posting also at the Jawa Report.

Update 6: The fun never ends. Joe Wilson's lawyer seems to be threatening a civil suit. Please, please, please do. The facts that will come out will brand Wilson a liar and anything his wife will have to say in her book will be common knowledge by the time it's published.

This has truly been a great week if you support America and democracy. I guess that's why the liberals are so pissed.

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