He’s an administration official you’ve probably never heard of. He’s in charge of placating the religious nutjobs that think Bush will have them raptured up any day now. And now, he joins the ranks of conservative copycats like Ann Coulter and Ben “Box Turtle” Domenech. Nancy Nall:
I feel bad about what I’m going to do here.
I’ve had a lot of fun at Tim Goeglein’s expense over the last few months. Mean-spirited fun, certainly, but my problem with him has always been one of personal taste. In his columns for The News-Sentinel, my old newspaper, he personifies a certain sort of apple-cheeked Hoosier drippiness, which undoubtedly masks a core of white-hot ambition. I mean, he worked at the right hand of Karl Rove, and remains in the White House. But while he works in the West Wing, he chooses to write awful, turgid essays on the wonders of Hoagy Carmichael, deceased operatic composers and his parents’ marriage.
See Nancy. See Nancy bust Timmy. See Nancy bust Timmy after the jump.