Sometimes it takes a while for something to sink into my over-taxed brain. But I finally heard Georgie, in his presser with General Petraus, say that the Congress has no right to try and micro-manage the war. "No one should be telling the general what to do."Whatever epithets best peg Bush, the ones we're hearing these days are being uttered so loudly and openly it makes me wonder how long it can be before people march on Washington to hurl them at Bush personally and demand that he get out of the White House immediately and hotfoot it back to Texas and take up an occupation that he may actually be competent to do—apilar brocha y arbustos [stacking brush and shrubs].
Uh...Excuse me, you Dim Witted Twit....Sorry, George. In America, the Congress, and the American people, do control the military. We decide with our votes, and our protests, what the military will and will not do....Unitary Executive, my ass. You really don't have a clue....
Tuesday, April 24, 2007
How long can it be?
This morning someone forwarded me one of those angry e-mails now circulating the Internet that express the sender's utter bewilderment at the behavior of the "President of the United States":