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Wednesday, June 08, 2005

What I'd Say

Via Riggsveda at Corrente, comes a Busheaucrat tinkering with a govn't-sponsored scientific study on global warning. Speaking for myself, upon receiving an edited manuscript of my work from somebody like Philip A. Cooney, I would immediately tell him to stick it where the sun don't shine.

Original markup here at NYT

Update: Mike Malloy of Air America Radio laid into this topic on tonight's program, with Scott McClellan in his cross-hairs. Check out Air America Place for audio archives in a day or too. Listening to McClellan's spew juxtaposed with Malloy's comments puts it in a context that the written word can't match. A reporter challenged Scottie that Cooney wasn't a scientist. Scottoe responded : "I respect it, but that's your opinion"

It gets even better, Malloy calls Bush the stupidest half-wit ever for saying this recently:
G.W.Bush: "Do you realize we have 250 million years of coal?"


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