the Bash Bush Bandwagon. Seems he had a liberal epiphany in the last few months. The money doesn't hurt either,I imagine. What a stand-up guy.
BTW: This is brillant! I love humor that forces me to look up facts (Dennis Millersques).
Why is it that when I heard McClellan was coming out with a book whining about Bush, I was not at all surprised. His press conferences were literally too painful to watch and it never made any sense to me how this feckless crapweasel ended up as White House press secretary.
What strikes me is that, for all of Bush's unpopularity, there really haven't been many credible "tell all" books from administration insiders. Many of those were not written by people who could be described as true "loyalist". McClellan was an embarrassing failure who couldn't parlay his White House experience in to anything lucrative (seriously, would you have hired him?) and now he gets to cavort with Olbie and bask in media approval while burning the rest of his bridges. It's going to suck for him when he realizes that these people still don't like him and won't be flocking to him with job offers and such.
Then again, who knows? Maybe MSDNC will have some dead air for him to fill. Or there's always that second assistant manager job at a Sonic in Texas. Nah, never mind. Managing a Sonic takes more ability than being an on-air "personality" at MSDNC.
McClellan's new book seeks to bring both political sides together in the spirit of bi-partisanship fails worse than Carter's plan to rescue 444 American hostages.
When you mix right with wrong as McClellan suggests all you get grey.
I'm all in favor of partisanship!
Premier BettyI want that book....
Get two, I want one too.