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August 28, 2005

The Boston Globe Skewers Karl Rove

Today's Boston Globe has a none-too-flattering portrait of Karl Rove and his lies and machinations over the last 30 years in American politics.  I pointed out a couple of days ago that the Rove-Plame affair has only temporarily fallen off the radar screen.  U.S. Special Prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald will likely be handing down indictments in September or October.  The Globe's article is a good primer of Rove's tactics so that whatever we learn in the indictments won't be such a surprise. 

Posted by Lynn Allen on August 28, 2005 at 10:22 PM in National and International Politics | Permalink


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