Tuesday, July 17, 2007

Learning from mistakes

Every once in a while I stare with incredulity at some article written by some neocon that makes excuses for the colossal corruption, calamity plagued, unpopular presidency of president Bush.

William Kristol recently laid down a glowing tribute to Mr. Mission Accomplished, Mr. Compassionate Katrina, Mr. Stuck in Iraq, Mr. Unsmoked Osama, Mr. Anthrax got away, Mr. Jobs to China, Mr. Falls on Face, Mr. Chokes on Pretzel, Mr. Republican Albatross, Mr. Delusional, Mr. Out-of-touch, Mr. Albanian Hero, Mr. Bush:

Let's step back...

Mr. Kristol seems incapable of learning that which comes into conflict with his high opinion of his opinions.

Here is what Steve Benen at Talking Points Memo had to say about the article:

An opening for ridicule

I'd like to see Mr. Kristol take an unprotected stroll down the center of Baghdad so he can come to grips with the enormity of his misunderstanding. Perhaps he could then brush his teeth with Chinese toothpaste and relocate to New Orleans.

This isn't just spin; it is a category 5 tornado.

1 comment:

Thomas said...

Amen. I was also dumbfounded to read his recent delusional opinion piece.

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"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge"

Charles Darwin