Monday, October 23, 2006



Yesterday, Bush actually went on national television and claimed that his administration has never been about "stay the course" in Iraq, when obviously those three words have been the centerpiece of every speech for he past three years. Now White House counselor Dan Barlett demonstrated today that he did get the memo from his boss as he was on The Early Show this morning and claimed, it's "never been a stay-the-course strategy" in regards to Iraq.

As I noted yesterday, Bush said almost those exact words on This Week, "We've never been stay the course."

Do they think the American public is just plain dumb? Do they think that we've got the attention span of a fruit fly? Or is it something deeper? A (lone) commenter, Joe C, might be onto something regards to this pack of liars:

Pathological narcissists lie to you about facts they know you know. They lie to you about what you have said and done. Even if you said or did it only one second ago. They lie to you about what they have said and done in your presence. Even if they said or did it only one second ago. They lie about what you have done together. Even if it was only one second ago. In short, they lie like somebody out of his mind or hallucinating. Anybody we all know fit that description???

Joe C, you are wise beyond your years. (Oh, and congrats on the baby girl.)

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