Comments on: More Rovian Politicization in the Bush Administration http://poliblogger.com/?p=12289 A rough draft of my thoughts... Mon, 08 Oct 2007 21:54:07 +0000 http://wordpress.org/?v=2.0.4 by: Jan http://poliblogger.com/?p=12289#comment-1363818 Wed, 25 Jul 2007 15:35:42 +0000 http://poliblogger.com/?p=12289#comment-1363818 I find myself wondering if this is really anything new. Wrong, certainly, but is it new? Now you know that I would never defend Bush or Rove, but I have to wonder if previous administrations were behaving similarly, just not getting caught. Or maybe this administration has just taken it to new level. I don't know, just wondering out loud, so to speak. I find myself wondering if this is really anything new. Wrong, certainly, but is it new? Now you know that I would never defend Bush or Rove, but I have to wonder if previous administrations were behaving similarly, just not getting caught. Or maybe this administration has just taken it to new level. I don’t know, just wondering out loud, so to speak.

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by: Max Lybbert http://poliblogger.com/?p=12289#comment-1363802 Wed, 25 Jul 2007 01:32:25 +0000 http://poliblogger.com/?p=12289#comment-1363802 I'd be curious if there is some sort of link between the ambassadors briefed and the House races at issue. Do the ambassadors come from the districts? Was there a request to give speeches? I’d be curious if there is some sort of link between the ambassadors briefed and the House races at issue. Do the ambassadors come from the districts? Was there a request to give speeches?

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