Little Green Footballs

Friday, February 13, 2004

LGF relies on National Enquirer

Now I don't know about you, but to me the National Enquirer is a piece of regular pulp fiction: ludicrous tales of sordid encounters, cellulite and sodomy. And of course not to be relied on as a source of information on serious issues. But Charles Johnson, crusader for truth, dregs up the latest copy in a weasly attempt to throw muck at a presidential candidate he doesn't like: John Kerry ( How low can you stoop? Well, lets ask Charles's great hero, George Dubya, about how to make an utter fool of yourself in front of the world. Maybe this served as inspiration for Charles.

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