Bush Reelect eCampaign Director:"McClellan savaged for saying what everyone knows to be true"

by: Matt Stoller

Thu May 29, 2008 at 10:21

Feeling for Scott McLellan. Nice getting savaged for saying what everyone knows to be true anyway.

That was Bush-Cheney eCampaign Director Mike Turk, 16 hours ago on his Twitter feed.

Twitter is a social network that limits people's messages to 140 characters.  The thoughts are partial, groggy, sometimes witty, useful, casual.  And so Turk, who worked at the RNC after the reelection of Bush and then for the cable industry, is tossing off what has pervaded the mid-level operative class of the Republican Party.

Matt Stoller :: Bush Reelect eCampaign Director:"McClellan savaged for saying what everyone knows to be true"

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Goose stepping good and bad (0.00 / 0)
I admire the Republican's brand loyalty. It makes them stronger and sometimes I envy it.

Then when this stuff happens and everyone admits to thinking the same thing, or when Cheney who has a gay daughter weighs in against gay rights... I wonder just how close our government is to mindless, dangerous, zealous goose stepping. Leaves me feeling cold.  

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Everyone knew the Emperor was naked, too (0.00 / 0)
Except those that chose to remain blind.

"It sounds wrong...
     ...but its right."

He shouldn't feel too bad for him (0.00 / 0)
All the controversy is selling books. Here's the key to his bestseller status:

1. Help elect a terrible president
2. Help terrible administration sell its lies
3. Write a tell-all book about the terrible administration

Followed by: cash check.

Isn't There Some Sort Of Law Against That? (0.00 / 0)
Profiting from the proceeds of a crime?  Especially, like, selling books and movie rights and stuff.

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