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August 03, 2005

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Agi T. Prop

Awesome work Joe. Except Uma Thurman is WAY hotter than Miss Miller. I would throw Judy in with Armstrong Williams and Jeff Gannon, just another shrill for the Bush regime.

Matt

Perfect match on the hair, though.

cruelanimal

Another terrific image from you. It certainly "broke my concentration."

Jack Ballinger

I would have thought it impossible for me to become even more interested in Judy Miller, but somehow your cover art has me seeing her in an unsavory, but rather fascinating new light.
Hmm?

Diane

How do you do it? Again and again...

Chuck, Left Of Left

"Somebody who works for the Bush administration is already in jail for Plame, Iraq and WMD: Judy Miller."

Yep.

Excellent work Joe! As usual!

Thom

You probably saw this already, but Gregory Palast did great column on the same: MR. ROVE AND THE ACCESS OF EVIL -- Tell us your "source," Judy

ae

'tik, I heart you.
xo,
ae

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