Sunday, April 29, 2007

I can't believe Rice said this:

On CNN's Late Edition with Wolf Blitzer, in an interview of Condoleezza Rice, she had this to say about her performance as the head of the NSC (regarding the move towards invading Iraq):
Look, not everything went right. This is a very difficult circumstance. There were some things that went right and some things that went wrong. And you know what, we'll have a chance to look at that in history. And I will have a chance to reflect on that when I have a chance to write my book.
Standard Bush-talk: Let's not look at past performance now. Stuff happens. Let's wait until way later (when her book is out!) before we reflect on the situation.

I guess it's better than Gonzales' "I can't recall", but not by much. Seems like the chickens are coming home to roost and the Bush adminstration can't offer any substantial rebuttals, and so engages in nothing more than time-wasting when queried about problems under their rule.


She, Like Bush, is waiting for an army of apologists to write in defense of her, to get on news shows and talk about how "under rated" she was as Sec o'State and to generally rewrite history in her favor. They did this for Reagan, they even did it for Ford, you can be sure they'll do it for Junior and his "wife".

By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/30/2007 2:05 AM  

I don't think they're even waiting for the apologist historians -- they just want to get to 2008 without being indicted. Being examined honestly means getting indicted for them. They're desperately hoping that at least they won't get blamed for a fall 2008 GOP super-implosion.

By Anonymous QrazyQat, at 4/30/2007 1:27 PM  

I still can't comprehend how these juvenile fucktwits are still not in Camp Gitmo.
Bonus Flip-flopping wingnut quote of the day:
Douch-bag and Republicunt presidential candidate Mitt Romney said catching Osama Bin Laden wasn't worth the money it would cost. The reaction from the "liberal media" and Reich-Wing blogosphere? Chirping Crickets.

By Blogger Undeniable Liberal, at 4/30/2007 3:09 PM  

QrazyQat wrote, ...they just want to get to 2008 without being indicted.

Uh, there isn't a statute of limitations for war crimes, is there?


By Anonymous Anonymous, at 4/30/2007 6:20 PM  

We already set the precedent for this when Nixon left -- it's been accepted that the rule of law doesn't apply to Republican administration memembers. All they have to do is make it to Nov 2008, and then the pardons as they leave the doors, and it's a wealthy tour of the book speech and corporate board circuit.

By Anonymous QrazyQat, at 5/01/2007 10:57 AM  

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