Friday, August 12, 2005

A Break From the Ball

The three of you who currently read this blog would be forgiven if it seems like al I do is write about how disappointing the Cubs have been this year, because it's cozy close to true. So, no baseball today. about that Karl Rove? It seems that Karl Rove, that pasty-ass motherfucker, isn't quite sexy enough to be covered by the media anymore. So, no more Rove/Plame/Novak stories. (God damn it.) By the by, the Novak CNN walk-off thing looks like a smokescreen to me. Much along the lines of what happened to Rush Limbaugh back in 2003, when he got himself fired from ESPN Football (or jumped before he was pushed, who gives a fuck) for his typically Rushian comment that Eagles' QB Donovan McNabb happened to be a Black man, and therefore was Jesse Jackson's best friend, or whatever he said, which was an obvious way to get him out of the spotlight before his hypocritically funny drug problem surfaced. (I love the fact that Rush knew he would be out for a while, so he decided to go out by being typically mean-spirited and white-conservative.) Novak was jovial (especially considering it's Robert Novak, The Prince Of Fucking Darkness) on the CNN segment moments before the contretemps, making a joke that conservative handmaid Katherine Harris and he shared a common misery, that the liberal media was constantly altering his makeup to make him look tarty as well. Then James Carville said something liberal, then Novak swore and left the stage. Carville and host Ed Henry barely seemed to notice Novak was gone, and, yeah, because my guess is Bob Novak swears and walks away from the table all the time, because he's Bob Novak, The Prince of Fucking Darkness. He's since been "suspended" by CNN news.

Ed Henry has said Novak knew Henry would go all Plame on his ass, so my guess is he left either directly for that reason or something Plamian is going to happen in the near future that would embarass CNN into booting him for good.

I hope it's the latter. Then maybe he can weasel out of jail by naming Karl Rove, that pasty-ass motherfucker.


At 11:36 PM, Blogger Stuart Shea said...

we might be better off just killing them now.


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