Evil Genius trips up - but will it matter?


Well, it's official, Newsweek has reported that top White House advisor and creepy, creepy puppet master Karl Rove was one of the secret sources that spoke to reporters about a covert CIA operative whose identity was leaked to the media via creepy Robert Novak.

The magazine said Rove's lawyer, Robert Luskin, confirmed that Rove talked to Time magazine about former ambassador Joseph Wilson and his wife, CIA agent Valerie Plame.

Oh and by the way, it is illegal to knowingly reveal the identity of an undercover CIA agent. It is not, however, illegal to be a creepy, creepy puppet master or Rove would have been locked up a long time ago.

For two years, the White House has insisted that presidential adviser and creepy, creepy puppet master Karl Rove had nothing to do with the leak of a CIA officer's identity. And President Bush said the leaker would be fired. But Bush's spokesman wouldn't repeat any of those assertions Monday in the face of Rove's own lawyer saying his client spoke with at least one reporter about Valerie Plame's role at the CIA before she was identified in a newspaper column.

How do fire your own creepy, creepy puppet master?

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