"This is a test of the left-wing blogosphere," said Jim Pinkerton, syndicated columnist and regular contributor to FOX News Watch, who pointed out that The Sunday Times article came out just before the British election and apparently had little effect on voters' decisions.
"In many ways that memo might prove all of the arguments the critics of the war have made," he added. "But the bulk of Americans don't agree, or don't seem that alarmed, so it is a power test to see if they can drive it back on the agenda."
Okay, the memo had no effect on the British election and American's are still all..."what's your point?", the point is this -- if it were one of your children lying, you would discipline, wouldn't you? Or perhaps I'm right in my theory that American's are accustomed to being lied to and manipulated by this administration we're numb as fuck to it and besides, he only has three more years, right?
With Fox reporting on the issue, will it cause a ripple effect? Will right wing bloggers start with the asshat/moonbat/yo mama remarks? Not today, today is for Deep Throat and bless that throat of his.[via]