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Thursday, September 16, 2004

Why don't Republicans come up with conspiracy theories?

Every conspiracy theory from the grassy knoll to the inescapable "Bush Knew" graffitti all over NYC seems to come from the feverish minds of poor, outgunned liberals. "Vast, right-wing conspiracy" ring a bell? Whenever a Democrat is in trouble, a barely credible, borderline hysterical theory isn't far behind.

The latest is a doozy: Karl Rove planted fake memos in the hands of CBS, knowing that the ensuing controversy, once they were proved to be fakes, would finally put the issue of Bush's service record to rest and drive yet another nail into Kerry's now triple-sealed coffin.

NASTYBOY supplies the following link.
Blogger who faulted CBS documents is activist with far-right GOP ties

JODRU continues:
I sort of see the liberal mind like the cover of Sgt. Pepper's, but with all the lead figures in the great cavalcade of the conspiracy theories: Jack Ruby, Rush Limbaugh, Karl Rove, Mao Tse Tung, Bush I and Bush II in their Skull 'n Bones getups, and so on.

NASTYBOY replies:

Let's look at some of the conspiracies that the Republicans have come up with.
  • Cocaine landing strips in Arkansas
  • Vince Foster's death
  • Whitewater
  • selling secrets to the Chinese
  • Clinton Chronicles.


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