Talkin' trash to the garbage around me.

14 March, 2007

Be very, very afraid

Glenn Greenwald has the low-down on a luncheon between Bush and his neocon Rasputins:
[T]he more unpopular the President becomes as a result, the more of a failure these policies are, the more strongly they tell him to ignore all of that, that none of it matters, that his God and history will conclude that he did The Right Thing, provided that he continues steadfastly to pursue their agenda. And the President believes that. That is why nothing will stop him in pursuing the path he created years ago when, in January, 2002, he became convinced to name not only Iraq, but also Iran, as standing members of the "Axis of Evil" (even though our relations with Iran were rapidly improving at the time) and cited the 9/11 attacks in order to all but vow war on those countries, despite their having nothing to do with those attacks. The President's "lessons" at the feet of neoconservatives continue, and he is as faithful a student as ever.

Read the whole piece. The delusions of this group of "scholars" are matched only by the willingness of George W. Bush to believe them.

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