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Rove vs. Kos at Newsweek

[cross posted at Kos...UPDATE: Recommended!]

I would have guessed Malkin, but that's why I don't get the big bucks.

From the Post:

Newsweek has signed the president's former deputy chief of staff as a commentator who will turn out several columns on the 2008 campaign through inauguration day. The move is not likely to prove popular among liberals who believe the mainstream media have been too soft on the Bush administration.

Batten down the hatches.

"We want to give readers a feel for what it's like to be on the inside," says Newsweek Editor Jon Meacham. "Our readers are sophisticated enough to know that what they get from Karl has to be judged in the context of who Karl is...Readers will have to decide if he's simply an apologist."

Oh I think we already know the answer to that.

Newsweek (which is owned by The Washington Post Co.) will announce tomorrow that it is granting regular space to both Rove and Markos Moulitsas, the liberal firebrand who founded the Web site Daily Kos.


Ara's "Shorter Rove" is classic.

If telling GOPers how to "look good" instead of "Do good" is all this guy brings to the table, his new career is going nowhere.

Carville and Stephanopolis have nothing to worry about from MC Rove.

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