Monday, November 14, 2005

Decoding Mr. Bush's Denials - New York Times

A very forceful New York Times editorial calls bullshit on the squirming of GW:
The president and his top advisers may very well have sincerely believed that Iraq had weapons of mass destruction. But they did not allow the American people, or even Congress, to have the information necessary to make reasoned judgments of their own. It's obvious that the Bush administration misled Americans about Mr. Hussein's weapons and his terrorist connections. We need to know how that happened and why.
Even a Fox News editorial spanks bushie:
It’s time for the president to get on with our country’s business rather than trying to blame Democrats for the mistakes that his own people made.


  1. Ethan3:59 AM

    Good for Fox, but I have to wonder how many people vanished down the resultant wormhole that was caused by this paradoxical anomaly in the space-time continuum, i.e. them publishing something so critical of the administration. Was it worth the cost?

  2. Ethan...the voice for worms...who have no voice.

    Don't worry too much about Fox. (From its coverage of Bush's "refueling" stop in Alaska on the way to - heh, heh - Kyoto:

    " 'The truth is that investigations of the intelligence on Iraq have concluded that only one person manipulated evidence and misled the world — and that person was Saddam Hussein,' Bush charged.",2933,175464,00.html