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February 11, 2006

The Al Franken / George Soros axis

Previous comments have commented on the lack of comments here (aka 'argumentem ad lackum commentum'). I would like to rectify that situation with a fun game.

Who can find the closest link between Al Franken and George Soros? Have they ever met? Has George donated money to Stuart's PAC? Does Al Franken do his radio show with the Soros-funded Media Matters feeding him lines through an earpiece?

Could this be an example of the latter? Franken grills Dickerson on Time-Rove scandal: "Why can't you just say they're big liars?" Was David Brock in the studio, furiously scribbling questions for Al to read?

Use the search function to the right as well as your favorite search engine and let's do some collaborative research.

Posted in StuartSmalley at February 11, 2006 06:08 AM


Oh my god, are you suggesting someone uses big money to influence party politics? How can the right compete with George Soros when all they have is Richard Mellon-Scaife, Grover Norquist and Jack Abrahmoff? And a few guys from Haliburton? And the Saudi Royal Family? How unfair!

Posted by: Dan at February 13, 2006 07:30 AM

How can anybody like Al Franken? This guy is not funny at all.

Posted by: alok at February 14, 2006 01:43 AM

Monitoring Air America Radio [TM] so you don't have to.


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