Sunday, March 11, 2007

You give him credit for too much cleverness.

Perhaps I'm just a tad bit more skeptical than Newsweek but I'm having a hard time swallowing the latest in a long line of administration spinjobs that they're doing things differently now.

But that was then, before Iraq turned into a quagmire, the Democrats won control of Congress, Rumsfeld was eased out and Bush began worrying more about his legacy. When The Washington Post exposed wretched conditions at Walter Reed Army Medical Center, the Bush team responded as if Texas had been invaded. The behind-the-scenes scramble to rectify the mess at the facility and to take better care of veterans is revealing of a new way of doing things in the Bush administration.

Wake me up when the administration finally starts PREVENTING or SOLVING problems before they erupt in the media and become a political liability. Short of that it's the same old, same old.

1 comment:

Swinebread said...

Even if Bush was doing things differently, and he’s NOT, it’s too late… Bush’s legacy is that he’s a failure and an idiot and course he’s too dumb realize “game over man”…
…remember kids don’t vote for the guy that brags about getting Cs in school.