Thursday, August 26, 2004

Untwist the Panties


From Matt Drudge's breathless headline - "Is it a Crime?"
"The sudden resignation of Bush's top lawyer doesn't end the extensive web of connections between George Bush and the group trying to smear John Kerry's military record," said Kerry-Edwards campaign manager Mary Beth Cahill. "In fact, it only confirms the extent of those connections."

A senior House Democrat, Michigan Rep. John Dingell, sent a letter asking Attorney General John Ashcroft to investigate the possible "illegal coordination" between the two. The Bush campaign and the veterans group have denied any coordination.
[More . . .]

But what is some weird, paralell universe - just like ours only less evil, there were people working for both the DNC and MoveOn?
"In partnership with MoveOn.org, the DNC launched a major petition drive - over 310,000 Americans have signed the petition! Sign the petition urging Democratic senators to continue to stand firm in their fight against Bush and his GOP to protect our courts and defend our most cherished American values." [More . . .]

From the AP:
Joe Sandler, a lawyer for the DNC and a group running anti-Bush ads, MoveOn.org, said there is nothing wrong with serving in both roles at once. [More . . .]

What if, in an even stranger universe, both AP pieces were written by the same author? Huh? How strange would that be?
Right about now I bet the idea of drafting people for office is sounding better and better. End this silliness now.

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