But then who needs facts when obfuscation and innuendo serve just as well to mislead an inattentive public disinclined to chase down the details of a complex case? In the end, as we heard a Democrat Senator dryly remark on the radio the other day, no one really cares whether Alberto Gonzalez resigns or not. The real target is George Bush’s poll numbers.
The beauty of this game is that they win either way.
The “scandal” will receive far more attention than whatever tortured explanation eventually emerges and all the public will remember is the image of slime dripping from the White House — regardless of whether it sticks, and regardless of whether their accusations were justified by the evidence.
In a town like Washington, slime pays.
Al Gore’s 2nd Annual Carbon-Offset Going-out-of-Business Sale!
Shrinkwrapped explores Jewish leftism
UK Indpendent, After Championing Decrimilization Of Marijuana, Now Reverses Policy As The Addicts Come Rolling In.
I’ve been against decriminalization of drugs ever since I saw the junkies shooting up out in the open in Zurich years ago.
Claire Berlinski looks at Sarko’s Interior Monologue in her book review at the NY Sun.
EU Referendum measures The winds of change