Sunday, September 25, 2005

How Does He Do It?

Yesterday, I posted a picture that made fun of how the DFL thinks of Karl Rove.

Now, in the style of truth-stranger-than-parody, we have the story of travel problems for some of the "peace" protesters yesterday.

How are the two related? Well, you see... oh, just read it yourself... I can't do it justice:

[[ When the 6 a.m. Amtrak train pulled out of New York's Pennsylvania Station yesterday and then turned around and went back instead of going to Washington, one thought ran through the minds of many antiwar demonstrators aboard: It was Karl Rove's fault.

"This has Rove's fingerprints all over it," passenger Julie Finch said of President Bush's top White House political strategist, who is often a target of Bush opponents. "He's trying to keep people from showing up to protest the war in Iraq." ]]

Weekend Protesters Hit Travel Snags

Can't you just picture them... exchanging knowing nods... talking in hushed whispers, lest Rove's electronic surveillance detect them... kicking themselves for leaving the tinfoil hats at home...

Brilliant... the man is absolutely brilliant.



Blogger saj said...

Wow! The Washington Post again. I can't believe they would write something that makes the anti-war crowd look like the loons they really are.

25/9/05 16:28  
Blogger Tsar Lazar said...

Pomoze Bog.


Yeah, no joke. I wonder if they are feeling the financial pinch the way the NY Times is. In the age of blog-accountability (blogability?), papers are no longer able to distort as freely as they used to.

It doesn't stop them from trying, though. :/

Tsar Lazar

25/9/05 16:59  
Blogger kmg said...


The post probably believes it themselves- and thinks they're exposing Rove!

25/9/05 17:00  

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