Monday, February 06, 2006

Read all about it! Xoff unmasked!

Republican radio's Charlie Sykes has a real scoop today for readers of his blog:

Bill Christofferson is Xoff.

His post combines Sunday's Spivak and Bice column with today's potshot from Ed Garvey, the last angry man, about my relationship with the Greater Wisconsin Committee, an issue advocacy group that supports progressive policies.

I've been quite public about that for about a year and a half now, so it's not too big a scoop.

Sykes concludes by intimating there's something wrong going on:
All of this becomes triply interesting given Xoff’s penchant for invoking campaign finance laws against people with whom he disagrees; his beagle-like water-carrying for Doyle; and the apparently unlimited time he has to devote to “opposition research” on folks like Scott Walker and Mark Green.

Ever wonder who's paying for that?
Making an accusation, Charlie? File a complaint.


At 6:42 PM, Blogger nosefornews said...

A blog is one thing. But shame on Journal Communications for providing multiple platforms for Sykes. The FCC dropped any pretense of the Fairness Doctrine a long time ago but when a network affiliate broadcasts a public affairs panel discussion program you'd kinda expect it to be more than a halleluah chorus for the host's views.

It's one thing to have weak Dems who can't argue their way out of a paper bag. But last Sunday's panel was an embarassment. Jessie "Not Just Another Candidate's Wife" and Patrick "the JS's ranting righty"? Gimmeabreak!

And it ain't even good for ratings! Nobody watches these shows anyway.

Journal Communications, you prove the term "liberal media" is truly absurd.

Sheesh and Double Sheesh.


At 11:37 PM, Blogger Spotlight said...

Wasn't Charlie the guy who put a woman pundit with a fake ID on his TV show? Then she turned out to be his, um, special friend, then wife #3. after he divorced wife #2? And Charlie Sykes has anything to say about unmasking?

At 10:34 AM, Blogger Deedub420 said...

file a complaint? I thought you were going to do that for the ads Charlie was running?

At 11:45 AM, Blogger Jay Bullock said...

I thought you were Dennis York.

At 5:15 PM, Blogger Xoff said...

I thought Charlie said they weren't ads.

I also thought I was Jay Bullock.


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