Thursday, May 29, 2008

My Morning Wooten

Only a Sith deals in absolutes.
If true — and we’ll have to wait for a more balanced historical accounting that includes first-hand accounts of the actual participants in decision-making to know whether Bush serving future generations, as I believe, or settling an old score for his dad, as the loopy-left believes — the news is hardly indictable.

Or as many reasonable people believed and McClellan is confirming, Bush used fear to forward a radical change in American foreign policy by mirroring the philosophy of the Project For A New American Century. An shift so naive in its absolutes many of us non-loopy folks said at the time it would be stupid and tragic. Do you really think we have to wait that long to be proved right? Hell, do we have to wait at all?


Rusty said...

McClellan was a liar when he was in the administration so I don't know that I'd trust anything he says now any more.

But it's hilarious to me to watch the Bush apologists (whose numbers have dwindled quite a bit the past two or three years) flail around and try to discredit him because they can't say he was a liar while he was WH spokesman. All they can say is "my, the heat must be getting to him, I don't know what went wrong."

Rusty said...

And holy fucking shit, the comments section attached to the article you linked to is surreal.

Blackjackk said...

How silly of me. Thousands upon thousands of dead Americans is "hardly indictable."

What a loopy lefty be I.