Wednesday, April 26, 2006

The screw turns

I've been so sick today that I've used my reading time to nap and need to go back to bed again. I'm just not up to dealing with the news although I must admit, discovering that Rove testified before the grand jury again tempts me to read on. You can't help but think it explains the sudden demotion last week. I thought right along that something was brewing with the investigation or else Bush wouldn't have stood for having him moved out of his quarters in the White House.

But I have no energy to speculate. I really need to assume a horizontal position so I'll be back tomorrow, if I live through the night.
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7 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Ahh yes you are twisting your "news" as you please. It is also very obvious that you, as would Hitler, would block out anyone who disagrees with you.

You have proven yourself to be a total fraud.

1:45:00 AM  
Blogger Kathy said...

Anonymous, since you choose to hide behind a cloak of anonymity, I'd say you're an impotent fraud.

True patriots don't lurk and hide in the background like terrorists.

10:55:00 AM  
Blogger Kathy said...

Sorry, Libby, I meant to say I hope you feel better. When I saw the cowardly words from anonymous, I just had to comment.

It's kind of funny though, the verbal terrorist accused you of blocking out anyone who disagrees with you, yet his words are there for the world to read! That kind of rendered his point impotent.

11:35:00 AM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Thanks Kathy. I am feeling better today. As far as the trolls I guess that means I've arrived. I got a really nasty message on a post from October of last year (could thing this blog has the notify feature or I would never have seen it, and now this anon. They're so brave when they don't leave their names.

2:07:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Sorry but it did not take my name. Unlike you who only uses a very generic first name I will tell you my name is Richard Poor. Anonymous letters are proud American tradition going back over 250 years. You may not like the message of an anonymous letter but it does not make it any less true.

2:52:00 PM  
Anonymous Libby said...

Well, welcome Richard Poor. Your opinion is always welcome. I assume you're a long term reader since you feel fit to pass judgment on mine.

Any time you want to back up your ad hominens with some examples of where I've blocked someone from expressing their view here, I'll be happy to entertain your thoughts on how to mend my ways.

As for my true identity, it's easy to discover if you bother to follow the links to my other blogs. I think you'll find I very much stand behind my work.

8:44:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

"WTF"

8:04:00 PM  

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