Friday, September 19, 2003
Officials name Krugman's wife as CIA operative
Washington, DC (licentious) -- Two administration officials, under condition of anonimity, today said that Robin Wells, wife of New York Times columnist Paul Krugman, is a CIA operative specializing in regime change of Arab/Islamic countries. The two officials (K.R. and R.C.) also implied that Krugman's job at the Times was secured with inappropriate CIA influence.
Asked for evidence of Wells' operations, the officials would only mention King Faisal of Saudi Arabia and Benazir Butto of Pakistan, though they implied darkly that other operations are in the works.
When asked why they would risk a 10-year prison sentence and the success of ongoing operations to expose the wife of Paul Krugman, the officials laughed hysterically. When they both started rolling on the floor, we ended the interview and left.
Somewhere, Osama bin Laden is saying to himself, 'Mission accomplished.' --Pat Buchanan
Bush calls Arafat a failure? Hello?
We caught Colin Powell in a lie: he said we are "liberators", but really we're "Freedomizers". Remember, it was "Operation Iraqi Freedom", not "Operation Iraqi Liberation". For some reason they didn't like O.I.L. as the acronym.
The problem with acknowledging ourselves to be "Freedomizers" is that we started using the word "Freedom" as a euphamism for "French". So the sad fact is that we are out "Frenchifying" Iraq, which means the Iraqis are going to stop showering and start talking funny and start having lots of affairs and eating lots of foy grass.
The official press release indicates, "We're going to stop pretending we report news, and focus on extreme weather. Paula Zahn was pretty much the last straw -- we realized she might as well be interviewing Hurricane Isabel. We'll have Wolf Blitzer change his name to 'Windy', and he can report on tornadoes and hurricanes and such."
Rumors had been circulating that CNN would drop its older talking heads and start delivering the news topless, but the press release didn't mention anything about that.
Ahnold's a scaredy-cat! Ahnold's a scaredy-cat!
Have you ever heard him try to pretend he isn't a coward when he makes excuses for not showing up at debates?
The Groper couldn't debate a dead weight.
Interview with Joseph Wilson [talkingpointsmemo.com].
Mostly, this website fusses about lies and propaganda of the right-wing extremists and their enablers in the GE/Viacom/Disney/TimeWarner-owned media. We're sure this is as tedious for the readers as for the writers.
But here's something positive: a long, detailed interview with a fantastic guy with experience in Iraq and Africa and the National Security Council.
The Republican propagandists want us to believe that the Democrats don't have foreign policy expertise. In fact, we do. People like Richard Holbrook and Joe Wilson and Madeleine Albright are heroes. Contrary to the right-wing propaganda, Democrats have a deep field true experts, and let them do their jobs. No Democrat has *ever* (in the last fifty years, say) appointed an NSC director as embarrassingly incompetent as Rice. If Bush needs somebody to hold his hand on foreign policy, he should either give Rice the job title of "Foreign Policy Nanny", or get somebody competent.
Anyway, it's a great interview, and demonstrates the joy of the internet -- volume. Part two is due on Monday.
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