Jeez, it seems like everyone is taking The Decider to school this week.
We certainly did here on The Garlic, with the results of our Week Garlic Poll.
And there certainly are a growing chorus of voices chipping in and crash-cramming this man with what he needs to know.
With James Baker’s Iraqi Study Group, the White House’s own taking a gander at the situation and now the Pentagon offering their military version of Manny, Moe and Jack, it’s beginning to look like a pilot for a new, Saturday afternoon, PBS gameshow - “Quick, Quick, Somebody Give Me The Answer.”
And tonight, our Ace Anchor Hero
One of the gems Olbermann pointed out, the great and rallying wisdom offered by our Court-Appointed President;
“We’ll succeed,” the president concluded, “unless we quit.”
Sounds like something out of his “Hello, I Must Be Going” policy he launched last month. Pity slogans certainly haven’t been in short order for this administration, or was he just channeling Dr. Henry “I Never Met A War I Didn’t Like” Kissinger (with due credit to satirist
If that’s the lesson about
Mr. Bush, there are a dozen central, essential lessons to be derived from our nightmare in Vietnam, but “we’ll succeed unless we quit,” is not one of them.
Olbermann lays out the lesson, with accuracy and fact, not something particularly known for by the Bush Administration and, you can tell from the tone of his voice, Olbermann isn’t confident the pupil will get the lesson, or act on what he learned.
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