Thursday, May 29, 2008

Bubble Boy's Bubble has Burst!

We here at "Perspective" have a new name for Georgie W........ "The Bubble Boy!"

It seems that former White House press secretary Scott McClellan continues to press his case this morning that the Bush administration manipulated intelligence to justify the war in Iraq.

Appearing on NBC’s Today show this morning, Mr. McClellan said that the administration ignored evidence that contradicted its position on Iraq, and he sharply criticized some of Mr. Bush’s closest advisers.

(Responding to criticism that he did not voice his objections when he was in the White House, Mr. McClellan said that he was insulated from the real world.)

“I gave them the benefit of the doubt, like a lot of Americans,” he said. Mr. McClellan said he later concluded that “things went terribly off course” in Iraq after he left what he termed “the White House bubble,” where outside views often were not considered.
Mr. McClellan’s remarks came a day after the White House and a tight-knit group of former aides sought to depict him as disgruntled and trying to cash in with sensational allegations to sell books.

John Holusha of The New York Times summed it up best when he said:

The cries of betrayal from former aides served as a stern warning to other potential turncoats that, despite some well-publicized cracks, the Bush inner circle remains tight.

Their language was so similar that the collective reaction amounted to a big inside-the-Beltway echo chamber.
Personally I can't believe that the average American, especially the Republicans, have not seen through this masquerade a long time ago!

Allan W Janssen is the author of the book The Plain Truth About God (What the mainstream religions don't want you to know!) and is available at the web site www.God-101.com

Visit the blog "Perspective" at http://Allans-Perspective.blogspot.com

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