Amazing stuff from the court case on Ohio 2004* from the invaluable McClatchy, with a headline that I wish I'd written, and the names of many, many old friends:
Computer expert denies knowledge of '04 vote rigging in Ohio
"'He denies it,' said the King: 'Leave out that part.'"
A Republican computer consultant denied under oath Monday that he knew of any GOP effort to steal the 2004 election for President Bush by rigging Ohio's vote totals, an attorney who questioned him said.
No, we hadn't forgotten about this. We just laid low to wait for some more promising game to come up the trail to the waterhole. Huntmaster Josh Marshall is doing the drive, and a fellow hunter found this in the new Department of Justice document dump very quietly released last night:
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Oh, Monica, Monica, Monica. I shake my head in sorrow. You should have skipped Regent and the law degree and gone someplace where they taught history. Recent American history for example. Like the Watergate story. Read more about gwb43.com Today: Saturday Deletion Edition
Our magic word for today is "imaged." For some reason that made me think of the old Star Trek ep where they transport into the Bizarro Universe and meet the Spock with the Beard and Uhura is dressed even hotter than usual, complete with dagger in a leg holster. From, as usual, Your Daily Froom:
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From the invaluable ThinkProgress today, the latest "offer" from the RNC as to just how much Congressional oversight they will ever so graciously allow Rep. Waxman to perform:
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