Zinni is a national treasure. He's what Wes Clark was, before he opened his mouth on Iraq during his first in-flight press gaggle and shot himself in the tongue.
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Bush's people no doubt thought it would be a masterstroke, to have him field questions from students at Johns Hopkins' School of Advanced International Studies.
When they think about Bush, more Americans feel like Maryscott O'Connor than they do like the denizens of the right-wing echochamber. But elite journalism doesn't know how to deal with that.
These days you'll find history-will-judge-Bush rhetoric in practically every media outlet on the planet. But what the hell does it meme?
Turns out she isn't even decisive enough to be White House counsel; Bolten wants to can her.
Blankley's advice is exactly what Bush did when he palmed off internally discredited accounts of Iraq seeking yellowcake uranium from Niger.
In exchange for Snow's gaining immortality, all he has to give up is everything he stands for.
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