So Councilmember Tim Burgess ran into me on the street this morning outside of Dino Rossi's speech at the Washington Athletic Club, mentioned that he had a ticket to Obama's fundraiser at the Westin today, and quickly became The Stranger's senior White House correspondent.
Burgess talked about voting for Obama because he was feeling good and felt like talking about it. That doesn't abrogate his right to privacy on the rest of it, and it's patently disingenuous to pretend that it does.
Judah, "right to privacy" doesn't mean the press can't needle an elected official to spill the beans about whatever they want
Judah, you seem to have about as much of a clue about the "right to privacy" as Dr. Laura Schlessinger
It's remarkable to me how complete idiots have all of a sudden fallen in love with the word "disingenuous" and start throwing it around in all sorts of head-scratching ways.
And yes, believe it or not, I'm familiar with the dictionary definition of disingenuous.
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