So henny-way Tucker, some desperate DC Sally Quinn wannabe opened her house so your website**** (yeah I was the hit you had this morning, you're welcome) could have a launch party. Did she write the article, too?
So many people came to Juleanna Glover’s house to help inaugurate the Daily Caller that partygoers looking to find the website’s founder, Tucker Carlson, had to call him on their cell phones.
The Daily Caller went live on Jan. 11, adding yet another must-read for news junkies – who should probably file a sleep deprivation class action suit against Matt Drudge. (After all, his Drudge Report pretty much started the phenomenon).
Has Tucker finally hit his stride? We hope so. He’s hosted or been a guest on all the major cable networks with multiple writing positions along the way. The consensus according to radio talk show host Bill Press: “If anybody can cut through, thrive, and survive, it’s Tucker. He’s always fresh and different.”
Guests included media stalwarts Ann Compton and Christopher Hitchens as well as hip young reporters Emily Heil of Roll Call and Kiki Ryan of Politico. The big surprise of the night: “Plamegate” scandal figure I. Lewis “Scooter” Libby circulating – mostly unrecognized – in the supposedly politically-savvy crowd.
Wow. Unrecognized? Is that the polite villager euphemism for "who invited the ex-convict?"
original photo and article here.
****I feel so much better knowing that someone is losing money right now from The Daily Caller, which features horribly-written, desperate link-slut headlines like "HuffPo celebrates 5th birthday as it remains on the rise." The end.
Is it possible to "hit your stride" when you spend all your time on your knees?ReplyDelete
A Tucker Carlson bowtie party? Wowser! I'll bet it was a humdinger! ;o)ReplyDelete