Bushies admit one more eensy teensy tiny connection between the Administration and Swift Boat Veterans for Slander and Deception —
Bush campaign advisor Kenneth Cordier was fired last weekend, and now the Bush campaign’s top outside lawyer Benjamin Ginsberg resigns.
“Yet more proof” —
As if to demonstrate the LA Times’ contention that media coverage of the SVBT ad controversy is conservatively biased: this story on MSNBC, when I first saw it this morning, was headlined “Yet More Proof” of Kerry’s side of the story. Now the headline reads, “Navy records appear to support Kerry’s version.”
If you need a little laugh —
Don’t miss Charles Pierce on “start value” of George Bush’s presidential “routine.”
Dick Cheney exhibits a momentary flicker of humanity —
Ever so briefly parting ways with the president:
“[My wife] Lynne and I have a gay daughter, so it’s an issue our family is very familiar with,” Mr Cheney said. “With respect to the question of relationships, my general view is freedom means freedom for everyone … people ought to be free to enter into any kind of relationship they want to,” he added.
Fun video (Part 2) —
See Bush get fired.