Well well well … shocking to think that a scandal of failed ethics could possibly rear its head on Capitol Hill, but alas, it seems another one of BushCo’s minions … er… appointees, is responsible for a little bit of backhanded fact-morphing.
I know… I know… bending the facts to suit the Bush administration’s version of the truth is par for the course, and the furor behind Karl Zinsmeister, who Bush just appointed domestic policy advisor, is pretty much in line with all the other slimy lying cheating scheming bullshit surrounding the administration.
In short, he didn’t like a story that was written about him two years ago, so he put it on his own website, but first changed a bunch of the quotes.
Thing is, this time it’s up close and personal, as the article Zinsmeister raped was written by dear ol’ Justin Park when he and I toiled at the Syracuse New Times. (He’s still toiling in the ‘cuse, I’m just toiling!)
So, now my drinking and bruise-making buddy is the talk of the journo town, and potentially on the verge of crucifixion.
Fortunately, if anyone can take it it’s Park. He had to put up with me for two years!
Read the original piece, and the mutant.
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The American Enterprise website no longer displays the article to which you refer. Try a link to a cashed copy instead, here.
Sorry. Hope this works better. If not, search on Google & choose the cashed version