Friday, August 05, 2005

It's Getting Hot in Here, I'm Gonna Take My Mike Off

Hey Bob Novak!
What's wrong, outing a CIA agent got you a little stressed?
CNN suspended commentator Robert Novak indefinitely after he said "bullshit" and walked off the set Thursday during a debate with Democrat James Carville.
Good.
They need to fire that Allan Funt-lookin' rat bastard.

6 comments:

Mileah said...

See ya you weasely bastard!

Karen Zipdrive said...

I think CNN was looking for any reason to get rid of this clown.
His suspension was "indefinite," which I think speaks volumes.
He has the taint of treason all over him. He needs to go.

Karen Zipdrive said...

"Isn't that the decline of values in language that is...poisoning America?" -- Robert Novak, referring to profanity from "foul mouth" James Carville, CNN, 7/11/02

VERSUS

"You know I think that’s bullshit. And I hate that. Just let it go." -- Robert Novak to James Carville, live on CNN, 8/4/05

Karen Zipdrive said...

I should have added this to my initial Blog about Novak:

From Bush Watch (August 4,2005):

Controversial conservative political pundit Bob Novak said, "Well, I think that's bullshit. And I hate that. Just let it go." and walked off the set during the last 5 minutes of CNN's "Strategy Session" of "Inside Politics." While it appeard that Novak was responding to a point made by fellow guest James Carville, an outspoken political advisor to Bill Clinton and a critic of President Bush, the final statement by Ed Henry CNN's host of the show suggested otherwise.
After continuing the interview with Carville, Henry concluded the segment by saying, "I'm sorry as well that Bob Novak obviously left the set a little early. I had told him in advance that we were going to ask him about the CIA leak case. He was not here for me to be able to ask him about that. Hopefully we'll be able to ask him about that in the future." The reference was made to a Novak column that broke the story that Plame was an "agency[CIA] operative on weapons of mass destruction," and many wonder if Novak ever gave sworn testimony to the grand jury investigating the source of the leak and the possibility of a federal crime having been committed by the leak of such information.
Later, CNN furnished on its website a video of the Novak-Carville interchange, with Novak walking off the set, but failed to include Henry's final comments alluding to the fact that Novak was given advance warning that he would be questioned about the Plame case..."

Note: Henry had on his desk a copy of "Who's Who In America," where one need only look up Ambassador Joe Wilson's name to discover he was married to Valerie Wilson, nee PLAME.
Uh huh.

dusty said...

does my heart good to know that carville could get under that litttle fucktards skin..praise jesus..and james carville!

Karen Zipdrive said...

Dusty, many believe Carville had nothing to do with it. They think Novak was anticipating the host's questions about his role in Plamegate and pretended to be pissed off so he could storm off the set, be suspended by CNN and get to further avoid media questions about his role in the treasonous act of outing a CIA agent.
The guy's a thin-skinned chicken shit with his head up Karl Rove's big pink ass. He's lost his credibility and he needed to get off CNN to keep from tainting an otherwise decent news network.
There are some fairly sane, balanced conservative pundits. He's not one of them.