|Republicans HACK Democrats computers!||dr hoo|
Jan 22, 2004 9:11 AM
Ok, maybe hack is not the right phrase. More "walked through an unlocked door" than "broke in through a locked door".
What I find interesting in this article, among other things, is that once again Robert Novak is mentioned as being a direct conduit for Republican policy wars. What a tool (in the sense of used to do a job) Novak seems to be.
|What I find more interesting is...||94Nole|
Jan 22, 2004 9:22 AM
|that no one seems to give two hoots about what was found in these memos. I know, politics as usual. Everyone was/is more concerned with how they made it to the public eye than with their content.
If this was the other way,... Well, I'll let others fill in the blank.
|if it was the other way the "liberal media conspiracy"||MJ|
Jan 22, 2004 9:34 AM
|would have sunk the story?
you are so hard done by and so persecuted - you just don't have any solid centre or rightist media outlets, except Fox, CNN, the major networks, USA Today (you thought I'd forget) and most other US domestic media outlets
the liberal media conspiracy is a figment of your active imagination
|What I find more interesting is...||Spoiler|
Jan 22, 2004 10:00 AM
|If what you say is true, why do editors continue to give Robert N. print space?|
|This already is the "other way".||czardonic|
Jan 22, 2004 1:54 PM
|The contents have already been exploited by the press. Should the re-report them now that they are the subject of yet another probe into the GOPs severe ethical problems? I guess that would be the fair and balanced thing to do.|| |