Tuesday, May 27th, 2008

Florida, where Nixon’s henchmen go to perv out


Roger Stone learned the dark art of political hatchet-jobbery from Richard Nixon and Roy Cohn, two of America’s finest villains. He’s continued with their “win at any costs” philosophy, most recently applying his vile talents to both the 2000 recount and the 2004 smear job on John Kerry. And he’s an unrepentant horndog, though interestingly his habit of frequenting Miami swinger’s clubs actually led to the downfall of former New York governor and whoremonger Elliot Spitzer. An article in the current New Yorker lays out his perfidious ways in detail, and if you want to get his personal take on the world, check out his blog. I would hope that somehow this toad is kept out of the current election, but somehow I can’t shake the feeling that Obama has been in his sights from the word go.

Warren Frey is a journalist, freelance writer, podcaster, video producer, and all-around media consultant currently based in Vancouver, Canada. His written work has appeared in such publications as Metro Vancouver, the Westender, Mac | Life and the Japan Times.

2 Responses to “ Florida, where Nixon’s henchmen go to perv out ”

Andrew Miller says:

Florida- where Republicans go to WIN elections. Roger Stone’s critics are a bunch of pathetic losers. Stone has the courage of his convictions- dems WISH they had someone like him.

Warren says:

Yes, the courage to break all the rules and make sure his guy gets into power. Bravo. Clap…clap….clap. I’d be the last to say the Democrats shouldn’t get their heads out of the hand-wringing asses and win some elections, but doing so unethically, like with, oh I dunno, a rigged recount…isn’t the way to do it.

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