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»  July 19, 2005


Mixed Presidential Scandal Metaphors

Responding to a question from Hardball with Chris Matthews guest host Campbell Brown, about a poll showing only 25 percent of respondents thought the White House was fully cooperating with the Valerie Plame leak investigation:

JOHN FUND, COLUMNIST, "THE WALL STREET JOURNAL": This has been a political firestorm. And the White House has mishandled it on several occasions.

But I have to tell you, the facts are going to come out and I think, ultimately, this is going to be viewed as a tempest in a teapot dome, because we know three facts from the last week.

Yes, soon it will all be water under the gate.

[UPDATE] Linked from Crooks and Liars on 18 July.

Tue Jul 19, 2005 07:31 -0700