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January 14, 2005

by J

Didn't They Cancel This Show?

Oh look. Paul Begala doesn't bother to do his damn research before agreeing with his good buddy Bob "Traitor" Novak that of course Democratic bloggers (members of his own party) were "reprehensible."

And, he acts reprehensibly himself by comparing the Kos/Jerome situation to that of Armstrong Williams. Guy named 'corndog' over in this thread explains the difference. Begala, once again, should be ashamed of himself. Some anonymous dude named corndog on them there internets is smarter than he is. Hint to Paul Begala: White House using taxpayer money to buy off journo very different from campaign hiring consultants to do tech work for them. Mm'kay??

Haven't they canceled that show yet? It's hurting America.
Posted by J at January 14, 2005 06:18 PM

Thank you to The Blue Lemur for breaking this story, which will surely be working its way through those dang "internets" pretty quickly from here on out...

Conflict of interest questions arise at paper which disparaged liberal bloggers

Chief editorial writer served on Bush board with Armstrong Williams

By John Byrne | RAW STORY Editor

The chief editorial writer at the Wall Street Journal, the paper which disparaged two progressive blogs over accepting money from Howard Dean's campaign, serves on President Bush's fellowship board with Armstrong Williams, RAW STORY has learned. He is also being hired as chief speechwriter for the Bush Administration.

William McGurn, chief editorial writer for the Wall Street Journal serves with fallen columnist Armstrong Williams on the President's Commission on White House Fellowships.

Click here for the full story.

Posted by: Renee in Ohio at January 16, 2005 06:46 PM

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