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  • Make statements condemning Chavez, Ortega, and their ilk; yeah yeah, his spokesweasel said something negaitive; he did not.

    "Obama held his tongue when asked what he thought about Ortega's speech. 'It was 50 minutes long. That's what I thought.'" Ann Althouse 2009

  • And while the CBSA's spokesweasel clearly didn't get into details, it's just as clear that there was an interview involving Taylor and someone from the CBSA.

    It helps if you're a somebody. Like Stephen Taylor. CC 2009

  • AFTERSNARK: Note well how, from a recent CBC piece, PMO spokesweasel Dimitri Soudas takes the position that simple ongoing training of Afghan police and security forces would not technically be part of a "military" mission so they're still abiding by the terms of the resolution.

    The weaselitude of Stephen Harper. CC 2009

  • I imagine just about every political program on cable in the past 24 hours has had a Clinton spokesweasel on, using this as an opportunity land a few jabs on Barack Obama.

    Edwards Mocks Hillary "Kindergarten" Attack On Obama: "I Wanted To Be Superman" 2009

  • "We can't ignore the serious charges Mr. Khadr is facing," PM's new spokesweasel Kory Teneycke said.

    Archive 2008-07-01 Alison 2008

  • In short, every single exchange with spokesweasel Buckler is now a two-parter:

    Archive 2008-01-01 CC 2008

  • Which, naturally, brings us to the PMO's spokesweasel Sandra Buckler and how, when she said no one in the PMO's office knew, well, that's not what she actually meant.

    Archive 2008-01-01 CC 2008

  • Hi Folks as Jane and everyone here knows while this is going on young Americans are in a country where they have no business being so that the spokesweasel and his cronys and his masters can continue to rob you blind.

    Firedoglake » Where’s the Stamp? 2006

  • Consider White House spokesweasel Scott McClellan, who is an absolute master at ignoring reality and sticking to the script.

    The proper question to ask is, "What would it take?" CC 2005

  • Off and running -- Scottie spins the White House press corpse ... and if you really need to see the sorry state of journalism these days, look no farther than today's White House press gaggle, where spokesweasel Scott McClellan flat out lies in the face of the reporters, and they just sit there and take it.

    Archive 2004-10-01 CC 2004


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  • A spokesperson; a public relations agent. (Double-Tongued Dictionary)

    May 18, 2008

  • We call them spokesvarmits in these parts.

    May 18, 2008