Wednesday, March 22, 2006

Bush's Credibility Gap

Yesterday, Bush said, "...if I didn't believe we could succeed, I wouldn't be there. I wouldn't put those kids there." Well, at least Bush isn't talking about himself in the third person even if he overuses the personal pronoun.

But here's the problem. What Bush believes is becoming irrelevant as it becomes more and more clear that he's not competent and that he surrounds himself with loyalists who aren't particularly competent themselves and who are reluctant to speak the truth to him.

What is more important is that most Americans believe our nation is on the wrong track and that many of our problems can be traced to a failed presidency.

1 Comments:

Blogger Jenifer D. said...

What makes this really mind-blowing is that The Administration is using any means at its disposal to silence the voices of dissent, any means. Shameful, Hitler used the same tactics during his rule; then he committed suicide to avoid answering for all his dastardly deeds; will this happen in America? I wouldn't bat an eyelash if it did.

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