Maybe sid had a spy

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Beats me how Sid Blumenthal is so certain Karl Rove masterminded Rathergate; after all, Sid wasn’t invited to any of the meetings.

(Via The Virginian)

Posted by Tim B. on 09/30/2007 at 12:12 PM
    1. One of Tim’s greatest hits.

      Proceed…. Laughed my ass off.

      Posted by greene on 2007 09 30 at 12:46 PM • permalink


    1. Hey, whatever happened to the Holy Bat of Righteous Malice?  It’s been missing for a while.

      (looks in the direction of Andrea)

      Posted by wronwright on 2007 09 30 at 02:10 PM • permalink


    1. Roger Simon said it best…..Sid is stuck back in the 1980s.

      Or maybe 1967.  Sometimes, I wonder if there was ever a difference between the two.

      Posted by The_Real_JeffS on 2007 09 30 at 02:12 PM • permalink


    1. Well, now that the Dark Lord has [ahem] retired (cough, *smirk*), perhaps Sidney should avoid walking down dark alleys from now on.

      Posted by RebeccaH on 2007 09 30 at 02:49 PM • permalink


    1. I have to wonder why Sid’s first assumption is a dark plot. Is this something he’s used to seeing happen? I watched it unfold in real-time, and I know it was just a group of people with common interests and specialized knowledge sharing opinions and facts to reach the conclusion.

      But it seems like the left (including Sid) retreats to the conspiracy theory. Projection? An inability to believe that the average Joe is capable of independent thought?

      Posted by Rob Crawford on 2007 09 30 at 04:19 PM • permalink


    1. Sid is just reliving his Clinton years, a time when the manipulation of documents was rife.  Hell, they even managed to diddle with document evidence AFTER they left office.

      Posted by saltydog on 2007 09 30 at 06:23 PM • permalink


    1. #6: I agree with Salty. Working for the American Borgias probably led Sid to believe that everybody plays the same game.

      Posted by paco on 2007 09 30 at 06:46 PM • permalink


    1. Paco,
      That’s a cruel thing to say, comparing the Clintons to the Borgias.  It demeans the Borgias.  They had style and panache.  The Clintons are merely hayseeds.  Vicious, greedy, paranoid hayseeds it’s true, but still hayseeds.Rebecca,
      Our Dark Lord would neve ambush a political enemy in a dark alley.  That’s what he has specially trained minions for.

      Posted by Michael Lonie on 2007 09 30 at 09:53 PM • permalink


    1. #8 Professor Lonie: My apologies to Borgias everywhere. Perhaps I should have said the modern Ma Barker and her gang.

      Posted by paco on 2007 09 30 at 10:11 PM • permalink


    1. paco, now you’re insulting Ma Barker.  She was a lot better looking than Hillary.  Ma Barker

      And Sid Vicious is undoubtedly projecting.  He’s mostly just jealous.

      Posted by JorgXMcKie on 2007 09 30 at 11:42 PM • permalink


    1. Does it matter if Rather fell for a sinister plot? It doesn’t alter the fact that Rather based his whole story on documents that were easily exposed as forgeries.

      Posted by Contrail on 2007 10 01 at 02:36 AM • permalink


    1. after all, Sid wasn’t invited to any of the meetings.

      Neither was I.  I’m still steamed about it too.  I go through all the trouble of getting the coffee (and everyone had to have a different type) and doughnuts, and then the meeting has to be “top secret” while I only had “secret” clearance.  Yeesh.

      Posted by rbj1 on 2007 10 01 at 10:16 AM • permalink


  1. #12 C’mon RBJ1, black with nothing else isn’t that tough, is it?

    Posted by Ash_ on 2007 10 02 at 02:16 AM • permalink