There are plenty of Scott McClellan critics out there
who don't give him any slack. Do they also have a dim view of John Dean of Watergate fame? Dean was very much an operative in the Nixon White House who, when the heat was on
, testified in Congress about what he knew. According to press reports, McClellan is equally eager to talk.
The situations aren't exactly alike (they rarely are) but John Dean is viewed by most liberals as a good guy.
Should McClellan be viewed similarly?
That was 40 years ago, this wasn't even four years ago. The flood of B.S. that he helped unleash hasn't even been remotely cleaned up.
I'm warming up to the guy, somewhat, but still...eh...give it some time and ask us again in a few months.
Does Scott McClellan's brother Mark have any present relationship to the Bush Administration?