Friday, December 08, 2006

Bush, Gates, and Success in Iraq

During his initial bid for the White House, in response to allegations that he was not the sharpest knife in the drawer, Bush-backers informed the public that he typically employed a cadre of experts to digest information, analyze complex situations, and advise him on appropriate action. This information was enough to allay the fears of many with respect to Bush's executive ability, and he was soon elected to what may be the most powerful office in the world.

About Me

I love my country, that is why I criticize its absurdities; I love my freedom, that is why I do it publicly.