A familiar melody

In its editorial on “The Bolton mugging,” the Wall Street Journal cuts through much of the smoke that shrouds what has happened. The discordant Melody who was the last card played by the Democrats — a leading figure in Mothers Opposing Bush, the woman who failed to come forward with her story in 2001 when Bolton was appointed to his current position because she was “raising her children” — makes only a token appearance in the Journal editorial.
The transparent phoniness of Melody Townsel’s last-minute smear follows the Democrats’ evergreen Anita Hill playbook to a “T.” How transparent is Melody Townsel’s phoniness? As transparent as George Voinovich’s “conscience.”

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