Rove, panicked, shoves Bush out on stage
Tonight we'll be witness to a rare address by President George W. Bush. Or not.
I myself don't feel I have the stomach to endure it.
So I've got a humble request. If any of you feel you have the strength and temperment to actually watch the thing, please feel free to leave a review and highlights (or lowlights as the case may be) in comments below.
Rove/Bush et.al. are finally waking up and smelling the coffee. They know that support for this bogus invasion is going down faster than ... well, maybe I better not say.. this is a respectable blog. ahem.
Suffice it to say that support for George's splendid little adventure is eroding fast, and so Dim Son will address us all and "fess up" to something that everyone in the world both knows and acknowledges, namely, that the situation is a hopeless mess, a quagmire, with no clear way out.
Well, of course he won't be THAT honest, it's not in him, but he'll make noises designed to assure us all that he's at least vaguely aware that things are bad over there, which is more than the arrogant putz has been willing to do until now.
It will no doubt be a nauseating attempt to tell us all not to panic, things are a bit rough, but building democracies is an "untidy business" to use Rumsfeld's phrase, and all we need to do is stay the course.
He'll pretend to be talking to us like adults, but he'll still be lying and trying to pull the wool over American's eyes as if we're toddlers.
Let us know how it goes, and try not to loose your lunch or throw anything through your TV.