Apr 30, 2006

And Some Are Just Sorta Clueless...

NEWSWEEK - Back on the Stand
Rove's latest trip to the grand jury leaves his fate in the Plame leak case as mysterious as ever.
By Michael Isikoff and Evan Thomas

"Rove and his legal team hope they will be cleared soon. It is not clear whether Fitzgerald is just tying up loose ends or building a case. Some lawyers suspect that he may be playing a tactical game with Libby's defense team. By keeping a file open on Rove, he can resist requests from Libby's lawyers to "discover" documents relating to the ongoing investigation. Such gamesmanship, however, may be too clever by half for Fitzgerald, who is regarded as anything but sly or devious."

7 Comments:

Blogger S-Q said...

Hi Fitz:

You need to give them a "clue" !!
Checkmate? :)

11:02 AM  
Blogger S-Q said...

It's to be around 100 degrees here today and I am going to play in my pool and work on a tan...NOT a sunburn...I have olive toned skin. :)

11:04 AM  
Blogger Jackie said...

Fitz you have these guys so confussed. They are clueless as to what your doing. Even the media is lost. I saw Lou Dobbs for the first time and he was funny. He said Rove came out smiling but he guess his attorney's told him the truth that 5 times in front of the grand jury isn't good at all. Even Fox news had to admit Rove is scared. I told you these guys see your face even in their sleep. No media station wants to touch the fact that the grand jury will indict Rove. Wear your lucky red tie so I can tell my friends look how do you like him now.

3:02 PM  
Blogger teak said...

The kids in this town sell magazine subscriptions for class projects....I have taken "Newsweek" for years because the kids got some 'bonus' for selling it and it had a good price for 24 issues.

What started out as decent news magazine years ago has now become something that I barely read. The most remarkable change came directly after the 2004 elections, suddenly this rag forgotten what they had written the week before.

My daughter has to do magazine sales this fall, I decided a long time ago not to renew "Newsweek", it is a waste of money.

3:17 PM  
Anonymous jodi said...

I used to think that Michael Isikoff was somewhat of a respectable reporter. This article made me think otherwise.
Anyway, wipe the smirk off that repulsive, nauseating, fat pile of crap that is known as Karl Rove.

3:42 PM  
Blogger Special Prosecutor Biloxi said...

Blah, Blah Blah! Fitz, it just garbage!!! I have to tell you. I caught MsNBC news on cable on late Friday evening. And the topic was about the leak case. Tucker "the bow tie man" Carslon said that Rove will not be indicted and spoke highly of the new WH secretary Tony "Snow job." Carlson along with Nora O'Donnell (from NBC news) were "peppering" Snow and Rove. It was so naseating to hear those two idiots go on and on and praising Snow and Rove. They were "mini me" version of Faux news. I basically turned the channel. We all have to expect the fluff and sensationalism of the media and magazine to paint the Gerbil Administation like they were the best thing since a slice of apple pie!!! And now you know when this case is over which media and newspaper you will give an interview and certainly it won't be MsNBC or Newsweek!!!

5:13 PM  
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