Sunday, January 08, 2006

Recall when the right-wing attack dogs would frequently bait the U.N. oil-for-food scandal whenever one of their own many scandals would hit the headlines. In every case, Kofi Annan was the target of their fulminating ire.

It should surprise no one to read this column, making the case for Annan's innocence. As a rule, the more they froth at the mouth concerning supposed guilt concerning the opposition, or vice versa the more they blather about the innocence of one of their own (see DeLay, Rove, etc.), the more you should believe the opposite of whatever they're proclaiming.

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