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What The Huffington Post‘s BP Oil Coverage Looks Like Since Axing the Company’s Spinstress Hilary Rosen

Who knows if The Huffington Post was even paying Hilary Rosen a fee for her web musings, which she hasn’t even filed since January. But now that the lesbian former RIAA chief is pulling in big bucks as BP’s “crisis communicator” for its Gulf oil spill, the site for liberals and nip slip enthusiasts has terminated Rosen’s post as Washington editor-at-large. The decision was mutual, we’re assured. And Arianna Huffington, the site’s chief, also assures us, “of course, Hilary‚Äôs work with BP has had zero effect on our coverage of the company or the disaster in the gulf. Comprehensive and hard-hitting, our coverage speaks for itself.” For example: