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WH Official Who 'Warned' Woodward Economic Adviser?

M30 Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 11:56 AM
still is shows you know nothing about warfare - I will always take men over tanks. They are very easy to defeat if you know how. You are just another mindless blogger that lives in a high rise tower on the urban plantation. Spewing talking points about politics and the environment, having never even grown a cactus on your window sill, but you can preach to us about how back it is eat meat and pollute. You are a worthless joke of human with a false sense that you make a difference. Pretender, fake, phoney, liberal, progressive, troll, loser, pig, freeloader, drooler, non-contributor, dependent - just a few accurate descriptors.
Stilltryingtowineh Wrote: Feb 28, 2013 11:58 AM
Why don't you ask instead of making, wrongly, assumptions? Hey now there's an idea.

He's not exactly one of the usual suspects--many have noted that this whole 'You're gonna regret this' line of talk befits someone like Rahm Emmanuel. But Buzzfeed reports that it was Gene Sperling who emailed Woodward saying, "I think you will regret staking out that claim." 

The email from Sperling to Woodward, which Woodward read to Politico Wednesday, has transfixed Washington, with Republicans and some in the press charging that it embodies a White House lording it over a cowed press corps.

Woodward, Politico reported, called the top official — identified to BuzzFeed as Sperling — to...