Thursday, October 27, 2005


Tim Kaine, meet Mr. Cease & Desist Letter. D'OH!!!


At 10/27/2005 10:57:00 PM, Blogger neocon22 said...

Does Rodokanakis really mean what he said about the piece? In his quote he seemed pretty angry. Is this a smoke screen?

At 10/27/2005 11:42:00 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

WHen someone steals your work, and uses it in a way that you didn't intend for it to be used, and hides that fact, so you get blamed -- yea, I think he's got a right to be upset.

If Kaine will steal CFG ideas and hide from it, what other things will he steal?

Kaine knew this was wrong, that's why he hid his disclaimer. He didn't want people to know what he was doing.

A week ago I would have challenged my last statement -- how can a campaign hope to get away with this kind of deception, with the internet? It was easy to catch.

But I've come to realise that there is a group in Richmond that thinks they can get away with anything, and frankly they are doing a great job.

The news media isn't all that interested in running "corrective" reporting, there's just too many false and misleading claims. And most people don't read the fine print.


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