New Republican Talking Points on Plame Gate? Randy Rhodes was on Connected with Berkman talking about Rove and LJ had some thoughts. by Larry Johns
October 9, 2005

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New Republican Talking Points on Plame Gate?

Randy Rhodes was on Connected with Berkman talking about Rove and LJ had some thoughts.

by Larry Johnson

It is unclear whether Jack Burkman, self-described Republican strategist, is working from a new set of Ken Mehlman inspired talking points or free lancing it when it comes to talking about the legal jeopardy facing the White House over the outing of CIA officer, Valerie Plame Wilson, in July 2003. Burkman, who appeared on today's MSNBC show hosted by Ron Reagan and Monica Crowley laid out three new points:
  • U.S. prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald is an out of control publicity hound.
  • The leak was no big deal, everyone leaks.

  • U.S. prosecutor Patrick Fitzgerald has a weak case and has been unable to secure an indictment.
  • The leak was no big deal, everyone leaks.
  • Unfortunately for Burkman, his fantasies must confront some cold, hard facts... read the rest of Larry's take here

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