Thursday, September 22, 2005
Just Read It
Dennis Hamill shoots down the hagiography of Bush's Bullhorn Moment
I wish I had a bullhorn to shout just how tired I am of hearing about how wonderful George W. Bush's "bullhorn moment" was.
...the words that resounded across the grieving outer boroughs and the sorrowful suburbs and the stunned globe, were but an orchestrated setup for a grander diabolical scheme.
Historians will refocus that bullhorn moment as the point of origin to exploit a terrible attack on America for a preconceived war in Iraq that had nothing to do with our dead.
Cynicism is another word for reality
Email me, you derelict wastrel
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