Skip to comments.Even Salon Says: McClellan Looking 'Worse for Wear'
Posted on 07/29/2008 6:01:24 PM PDT by governsleastgovernsbest
Q. How can Scott McClellan tell he's pushed his turncoat trip a tad too far?
A. When even leading media liberals suggest his reputation's in tatters.
Say what you will, but I like Joan Walsh, editor of Salon.com. Liberal? No doubt. But also a grownup. On this evening's Hardball, Walsh had the integrity to acknowledge that by accusing Sean Hannity and Bill O'Reilly of regurgitating Bush White House talking points, McClellan was looking "worse for wear."
View video here.
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McClellan enjoying life now? Ping to Today show list.
He’s pathetic. His lefty friends made him their pet for about a week. Now they’re done with him. He can’t even get a gig as Keith Olbermann’s butt-wipe...
Scott better find the Lord and repent. He has become a contemptible person.
Scott needs to apply a cork to his behind. The redness has spread.
I’ll assume you heard O’Reilly take ole Scott to task tonight?
It’s hard to know what to say about Scot McClellan. The President gave him that job and let him stay there drawing a paycheck when it was clear he was in wway over his head.
He ought to have been eternally grateful. But he can’t even be an adequate traitor.
“he cant even be an adequate traitor.”
i hope he never gets a good job again.
That's what Hillary said about Bill.
I wouldn’t feel badly if he choked on a chicken bone.
Poor Scott, you sell your soul for lucre and you don’t even get much of it...... now the libs are bored with you, it’s past your expiration date and you’ve served your purpose. What’s next in the downward spiral?
It's not a gig - it's a lovely parting gift.
(Did I say that out loud?)
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