Wednesday, March 23, 2005
Powerline notes some pretty suspicious inconsistency vis a vis the "talking points memo" republicans supposedly produced for the Schiavo bill. They also note a possible investigation about the memo:

That won't stop the Democrats from trying to make political hay out of it, however. The same left-wing site that published the memo now says:

Hoping to determine who distributed talking points to GOP senators on how they could capitalize on the Schiavo tragedy, Sen. Frank Lautenberg (D-NJ) will send a letter to the Rules Committee today calling for an investigation. Reports suggest the points could have been circulated on the Senate floor, violating Senate Rules....
Are the Democrats moving to capitalize on their own hoax?
I say more power to Lautenberg - lets have a full investigation about this memo. Of course the only logical starting point is: who wrote it? I hope it wasn't one of Lautenberg's staffers.
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