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Facts cause confusion. Confusion makes people and espically Germans unhappy.

The best solution as Stern has discovered is to frame the "facts" to insure there is no confusion. Therefore Germans can continue to be happy.

Has anyone ever met an unhappy German?

*lol* great!

I am waiting to see the reaction of the careful press when Mr. Rove announces who he is going to work for in the 2008 presidential election. I just guess we will have to wait to find out who will get the mark of the beast. I see more fun times ahead.

Stern is still doing better than the US MSM, which has successfully predicted 30 or the last 0 Rove resignations.

Let's see, Fox got it right. CNN got it right. ABC got it right. CBS got it right. MSNBC got it right. USAToday got it right. The Beeb got it right. Hell, even FOCUS got it right. Great job, STERN! I guess Rove's "resignation" was only "offenbar" to you and, maybe, Jim Young of Reuters based on the graphic caption. Maybe you should look for another "reliable source?"

"reassigned, not resigning."

Cut Stern a break, wudya? Doncha know English is a tough language, filled with difficult and subtle idioms that baffle the ignorant? I'm sure wishful thinking had nothing to do with this. ;-)

@Redhand

"reassigned, not resigning."

I guess we shouldn't be surprised that the word was altered on the way throught the STERN editorial shop. After all, it obviously attracts "asses."

"the now scandalous Duke LaCrosse team"

just heard that on ESPN

fiction is perpetuated by the media

a juicy story can be milked

they suck from the teat of despair

Don't they say "apparently" in the article? Doesn't that imply some sort of "maybe he goes, maybe he continues"? That's what I would read into that.

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