Tuesday, March 28, 2006

Almost too easy

"Clearly, the United States government has not gotten to the point where we are as deft and clever and facile as the enemy that is perfectly capable of lying, having it printed all over the world, and there's no penalty for having lied," Rumsfeld said at an afternoon news conference at the Pentagon. "Indeed, there was a reward [for the enemy] because a great many people read the lie and believed it." 

Are we trying to get to this point? If so, how do we know when we're there?

Why did they fire Andy Card instead?

1 Comments:

Blogger 23skidoo said...

By the way, check Congressman Waxman's website (from LA's district) for his letter requesting an explanation for why Bush recently willfully (allegedly) violated the Constitution by signing a bill into law that had been passed in the two houses only in different forms, a clerical error. Nevertheless, to knowingly do so is still unconstitutional. With that and the alleged leak of Plame, perhaps we really do have grounds for impeachment.

There is hope: Even in Conservonnati, the paper published an article about how W has alienated many from his own party locally, and that is saying quite a bit. I hate Ohio. Hate. Ohio.

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