Monday, October 17, 2005

« Karl Rove outed as negligent garage owner »

By Suss
WASHINGTON -- Karl Rove's in trouble. With his wife.

Thanks to her, the world knows that he thinks terrorists shouldn't get therapy ... Joe Wilson's wife should take his last name ... John McCain might have jungle fever ... the cleanliness of his garage isn't very important.

And the Associated Press was there to see if the neocon owned large amounts of Neoprene.
The inventory, seen from outside:

--Some cardboard file boxes stacked one on top of the other, labeled "Box 6," "Box 4" and what appears to be "Box 7." No sign of boxes 1, 2, 3 and 5.

--What appear to be paint cans stacked alongside a folded, folding chair.

--A rather large wood crate marked "FRAGILE" and painted with arrows indicating which way is up. On top of the crate, two coolers.

--A tall aluminum ladder.

--A snow shovel leaned in front of another cardboard box.

--Wicker baskets inside of wicker baskets on top of a shelf running the length of the rear wall. Transparent plastic storage bins crammed with indiscernible stuff. Another cardboard box.

--In one corner, the rear wheel of a bicycle sticks out, along with what appears to be a helmet.

--Another ladder, this one green, leaning sideways.

Since the AP was outside Karl's house when he wasn't there, we have no way of knowing if any news occurred outside the place where he parks his car.

And seeing the messy garage reminded Judith Miller that she left more interview notes in Box 3.

But as the garage door slowly went down, Matt Drudge considered the story "developing."