"An era can be said to end when its basic illusions are exhausted." - Arthur Miller

Friday, July 20, 2007

Special Comment: Bush's Scapegoating

Bush continues his streak of being "The Decider", but all leadership mistakes are the mistakes of everyone else. A leader responsible for nothing unless it goes well seems to be a constant with this administration. This special comment is about Bush's use of blaming anyone and everyone for the failure of the Iraqi war. He says the war is failing, but Bush needs a scapegoat. The only reason to need such a thing is because even he knows he failed utterly at his job of President. He has failed in every way a leader can fail, in every way a commander in chief can fail, in every way a President can fail. Simply put, Bush is a complete and utter failure. But Haliburton has its money, and really that's all that matters.

Click here to see video of Keith Olbermann's Special Comment on Bush's scapegoating.

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