. . . Wednesday May 5, 2004

Bus Stops with George

Bush on the Trail: “My opponent says he approves of bold action in the world, but only if other countries do not object. I’m all for united action, but I will never turn over America’s national security decisions to leaders of other foreign countries. In order to keep the peace, there must be truth in the words of the president.”

Give Bush some credit here. There are is in fact “truth in the words of the president.” For example, it’s true that there is something called WMD. And it’s true that there is a place called Iraq. Of course, using this measuring stick, there is also truth in the words of Ahmed Chalabi.


Concentration is important!