Wednesday, May 28, 2008

Scott McClellan's Confession, Ho Hum

Only to the truly clueless does this come as a surprise.
"Bush emphasized this sentiment during the campaign. He would 'change the tone in Washington.' He would be 'a uniter, not a divider.' He would 'restore honor and dignity to the White House.' He would govern based on what was right, not what the polls said. He would, in short, replace the cynicism of the 1990s with a new era of civility, decency, and hope. There would be no more permanent campaign, or at least its excesses would be wiped away for good.

But the reality proved to be something quite different. Instead, the Bush team imitated some of the worst qualities of the Clinton White House and even took them to new depths."
Many of us were on to this from day 1.

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