Saturday, August 25, 2007

Questions we wish we'd asked

A propos of President Bush's fresh round of analogizing about Vietnam this week, a reader of the New York Times asks in a recent letter to the editor,

"President Bush regularly revises history, using any analogy, no matter how contorted and inaccurate, to try to maintain support for his hopeless venture in Iraq. The critical question is how long we Americans will accept this level of dishonesty from our president."

Why DO Americans accept this level of dishonesty from their President? Is it that they don't know any different, don't care, or have become so used to this that they collectively shrug their shoulders in resignation? It beats me.


Anonymous Mark said...

Has Rush blamed the lack of trust in the presidency on Clinton yet? It can't be a republican's fault.

8:50 PM  

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