RoveGate Debates

There's an interesting debate on RoveGate today between Mickey Kaus and Arianna. Arianna updates here. It's mostly about whether Rove told Miller or Miller told Rove.

Tom Maguire weighs in here. And Matt Yglesias says he'd rather see Miller fall than Rove.

At any rate, it all sort of hinges on what the truth comes out to be, but it seems to me that a strong case can be made that wrecking Miller's career would be a preferable outcome here to wrecking Rove's.

I'd rather see Rove or someone else high up in the Bush Administration go down because it would hurt Bush and the Republicans, and that could influence the next election cycle. But I'm still not convinced Rove will go down as opposed to someone on Cheney's side of the office.

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    Re: RoveGate Debates (none / 0) (#1)
    by squeaky on Sat Dec 17, 2005 at 01:01:51 PM EST
    Miller can always work for FOX, that is if the revolution takes place at NYT. The best thing would be a conspiracy charge and they all fall down. If Bush pardons them they can have a neocon sit-con on FOX. Bolton, Rove, Leeden, Perle, Wolfie, Rummy, Cohen, Abrams, Miller, et.al. Somewhere between Survival and Get Smart. Is Mel Brooks Still alive?

    Re: RoveGate Debates (none / 0) (#2)
    by scarshapedstar on Sat Dec 17, 2005 at 01:01:51 PM EST
    Uh, I'd still rather see Karl Rove in handcuffs.