« Heh | Main | A Bizarro election year »

Walter Cronkite, moonbat

I predicted this on my website just last night, not that you'd have to be Nostrodamus to see it coming, of course.

I just didn't realize it would be so soon, and I sure didn't realize it'd be Walter Cronkite. God, the Left must be apoplectic about this. OBL is poised to do for Kerry what Ralph Nader did to Gore.

Former CBSNEWS anchorman Walter Cronkite believes Bush adviser Karl Rove is possibly behind the new Bin Laden tape.

Cronkite made the startling comments late Friday during an interview on CNN.

Somewhat smiling, Cronkite said he is "inclined to think that Karl Rove, the political manager at the White House, who is a very clever man, he probably set up bin Laden to this thing."

Karl Rove really is the ultimate bogeyman in the religion of the Left. He's the perfect excuse for all of their failures, misfortunes and shortcomings. It doesn't even matter that none of their paranoid Rovian fantasies have come true. Here we are, three days before the election, and Zarqawi has not been captured, OBL is alive and well, and the terror alert level hasn't even been increased. No matter. It never stops them from believing in the next evil Rovian ploy. This is the kind of separation from reality and logic that defines the distinction between a coherent, rational political philosophy and a religion -- the Church of the Barking Moonbats.


If Kerry loses on Tuesday, it will be in large part because his campaign kept getting confused thinking that Kerry was running against Cheney and Rove.

How true, Barry.

I wonder if anybody from the left will readily admit they were wrong with their dire predictions which you laid out.

No, the trick, as it was, was going to be attempted by CBS and the Times. Instead, the Times claims that it felt the admin deserved a chance to respond.

That's patented BS. Unfortunately, that pesky internet was already leaking the story forcing the times to go ahead with it a week earlier than it, and CBS, had agreed upon.

Now, couple this with the Maine story about Bush's DUI charge which came out the Thursday before the election.

Or Larry Walsh's announcement that Weinberger was to be indicted - on October 30.

It amazes me that Democrats sweat our side's dirty tricks and yet history shows us where the October surprises come from.

Post a comment