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Wednesday, December 14, 2005

Washington Post to change "identification" of Froomkin's column:

Before:
After:
For more see firedoglake and TPM (1,2,3,4)



10 comments

Draft Mel Gibson for Governor!

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By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 10:06 AM  

Caving under pressure.....it's just for Ford anymore....

By Blogger Paul Dirks, at 12/14/2005 10:25 AM  

Draft Mel Gibson for Governor of what?

Why do you hate California? Haven't those people suffered enough already?

RE: l'affaire Froomkin, John Harris is well on the way to the title of "The Most Gormless Man in Washington".

Which, considering the competition, is a pretty amazing accomplishment.

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 10:49 AM  

awesome graphic and congrats for atrios link. However, I should point out one little tiny detail. Ruffini is not just a former Republican operative. He is currently going back to work as eCampaign Director for the RNC. See Brad De Long's must read interview with Harris
in which Harris clinches the title.

By Blogger Robert, at 12/14/2005 11:19 AM  

Would "Whitewash briefing" been a more accurate change?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 11:32 AM  

Reading blog comments makes you teh sm4rt0r! In the last two days I've learned two new words.

Yesterday,
apodictic: incontrovertible.
(But the person who used that word proved to be a wack job, so treat as suspect.)

Today,
gormless: dull; unintelligent.

Thanks, anonymous!

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 11:37 AM  

I've been torn between White Hosue Wedgie and Whine House Briefing as new names for Froomkin's column, but Whitewash Briefing works for me, too.

- bo

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 11:42 AM  

How about "White House Beefing"?

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 11:46 AM  

That picture of Mel looks like Saddam Hussein in his "bad" era around 2003

By Blogger Larakatt, at 12/14/2005 1:16 PM  

How about Mel Brooks for governor? He has experience from Blazing Saddles, at least.

Work, work, work

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 12/14/2005 2:19 PM  

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