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Mama, who was that masked man? [MD4Bush]
Baltimore Sun ^
| July 18, 2007
| Laura Vozzella
Posted on 07/18/2007 3:29:10 AM PDT by Jim Robinson
Maybe Maryland Dems should put MD4BUSH back to work. The state party seems to have lost the art of political cyber-sleuthing.
Last week, the party sent out a long news release that opened with this claim: "Evidence is mounting that former Governor Bob Ehrlich and his new North Carolina law firm's Maryland-based staff are the driving forces behind a totally anonymous and controversial smear website."
Later in the release, the party referred to "the confirmed connection" between Team Ehrlich at Womble Carlyle and the site, www.omalleywatch.com
(Excerpt) Read more at baltimoresun.com:80 ...
TOPICS: Extended News; News/Current Events
To: Jim Robinson
I don’t know. But he left this silver bullet...
posted on 07/18/2007 4:16:56 AM PDT
(As He died to make men holy, let us die to make men free.)
Does this mean Dems are opposed to internet smear websites? Maryland Dem’s ought to call on Hillary and Soros to dismantle their internet smear empire.
posted on 07/18/2007 4:45:22 AM PDT
by Jabba the Nutt
(Jabba the Hutt's bigger, meaner, uglier brother.)
To: Jim Robinson
Thanks for the BS post. I missed this one. Things are really bad in Maryland. O’Malley won promising that as governor he could set market rates for electricity(claiming Erhlich was raising the prices as governor.) Now he is in office and not only did electric rates skyrocket but he is now on a major PR campaign for a huge tax increase. Marylanders are clueless, lazy and have no self respect, based on their lame response. Meanwhile O’Malley having complete power over the government wants to shut down all negative information about himself.
posted on 07/18/2007 5:58:00 AM PDT
(Are libs really as dumb as they act??(maybe they just assume we are that dumb))
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