Wednesday, September 07, 2005

In response to Friedman's column

lwiner - 2:13 AM ET September 7, 2005 (#33574 of 33811)
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If Mr. Bush learns the lessons of Katrina

Mr. Bush stopped learning a long time ago. He certainly has not learned the lessons of Katrina.

His recent orations prove that the same old George Bush with the same old spin resides in the White House.

His poll standings are declining.

Republicans see less advantage in supporting him.

Congressional Republicans, contemplating the 2006 elections may even perceive political advantage in impeaching Bush.

Tom Friedman may as well stop trying to teach Bush how to govern better. He's wasting his time and it's probably annoying George Bush.


At 10:02 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

If you spent as much time actually doing things as you spent blowing hot air about how bad GWB is, you might actually make a difference. But one must infer from your preference for hot air that you're content with the status quo ... if it improved you'd have nothing to yap about.


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