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Karl Rove blew Valerie Plame's cover

July 2, 2005 4:35 PM

It's almost too obvious to believe.. It's Karl Rove.

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Read the 11 comments.

Dave E.:

Karl Rove. A true patriot and lover of America. The brains of the Bush administration and architect of the modern day GOP. Defender of freedom. And most likely a felon.

Frogmarch his ass!

Can't wait to see how the wingers here rationalize this one...

Sat Jul 2 2005 5:00 PM

Michael Koziarski:

It'll be interesting to see if he does get marched. There's *no* justification for what happened here, and if it turns out it was him...

Will anyone seriously believe the president didn't know ...

Sat Jul 2 2005 6:54 PM

Joe Momma:

Send him to Guantanamo Bay.

Sun Jul 3 2005 2:34 AM

Dave E.:

I heard he was planning his holiday in GITMO know, for the noodles jefferson.

Sun Jul 3 2005 5:01 AM

Sponge Bob:

Who wants to take bets that it was Joe Wilson? Why else would MSM be so intent on covering the source if it gave them the chance to put Rove behind bars?

Tue Jul 5 2005 9:37 AM

Tom from Madison:

Times must be tough for neo-cons when they start throwing their own overboard in order to protect Karl Rove!

Thu Jul 7 2005 4:00 PM


"Who wants to take bets that it was Joe Wilson?"

Yeah, I think Joe Wilson destroyed his own wife's career in the CIA. Sounds plausible to me!!!

Sponge Bob, you are a genius.

Thu Jul 7 2005 5:04 PM

Sponge Bob:

His wife is still working at the CIA and her cover was blown years ago. My bet is that Joe Wilson used her credentials to build up his credibility on his "yellow cake" fairy tale. The guy was/is a whore for attention and would take it anyway he could get it.

Fri Jul 8 2005 12:27 PM

Tom from Madison:

We need a special prosecutor with the zeal of Kenneth Starr [although not his party affiliation] to fully investigate the Rove-gate matter.

We need to find exactly what Rove, Wilson, Plame, Novak, and others knew and what they did about it. Charges of treason could hang in the balance as could impeachment of the President if turns out that outing was done at his behest. Rep Conyers has already laid some of the groundwork.

This President's double-secret, loyalty-based cabal may yet be his undoing. It certainly has no place where we practice government by the people.

Mon Jul 11 2005 2:36 PM


If Karl Rove is the anti Christ, WHY is a reporter from the NY Slimes in jail? What/who is she hiding/protecting?

Why did the prosecuter say that Karl Rove is NOT the target of the investigation?

Thu Jul 14 2005 2:23 PM

Tom from Madison:


you're discussing a very biased and telling question!

The purpose of ANY investigation should be to find out what happened not to 'target' any single person.

I understand that Neo-cons don't think that way--generally they see investigation as a way of taking somebody down. Ergo they want to be the INVESTIGATORS, NOT THE INVESTIGATEES. And hypocritically, they insist on transparency from others while practicing secrecy themselves.

I say let special prosecutor Fitzgerald do his job. If the facts already in play are accurate, Rove may not be far from a treason charge NOW. You would think the President himself would want to know if somebody in his own administration was guilty of treason. I'm thinking the American people for sure would want to know!

Mon Jul 18 2005 10:48 AM

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