Maybe we should be nicer to Scott McClellan

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4 Responses to “Maybe we should be nicer to Scott McClellan”

  1. alwayshope Says:

    I agree with you Steve. I feel sorry for him. I think he was lied to by people he admired and wanted to believe. It’s his fault for falling into the trap but nevertheless, he was the one they told to go out there and lie to the public.
    How much trust did they have in him if they lied to him? Didn’t they use him like a tool so he would be the face of the lie? When he finally saw the two faces of this administration, he quit. He had to know the wrath and accusations of disloyalty that would come at him but he wrote it anyway.
    He’s taking it on the chops now so let’s give him a little break. Russert will play an endless game of gotcha with him Sunday in an attempt to make him look like a lefty, disgruntled idiot. He’ll get enough crap from the right, I’m not piling on. He’s only telling us what we already know but he’s letting some of the others who might want to speak out what they are in for if they do tell their story. Let’s not make it harder for others. History will judge the extent of the criminality of these greedy bastards and it will only help if even more of them feel empowered to tell the truth. I think perhaps he was one of the few in this administration who has a conscience and in bushworld that’s a weakness to be condemned. In my world, it’s a damn good reason to write a book.

  2. Again Says:

    “the mistake was in the Democrats refusing to let us win.”

    the so-called Dolchstoßlegende (Stab-in-the-back legend)

    “the public had failed to respond to its “patriotic calling” at the most crucial of times”

    People ask why we as a nation failed to learn the lessons of Vietnam well enough to avoid the disaster in Iraq. The answer, of course, is that we did learn them: we just forgot thanks to the lies of another generation of revisionists.

    why? how about “under radically different circumstances today”? Vietnam - Cold War, Iraq - PNAC, Vietnam - communists, Iraq - terrorists….

    but to be serious: revisionists - the role is more important than the actor: sounds like Terry Pratchett - or George Santayana ;-)

  3. alwayshope Says:

    Hey Steve,
    I just read that Obama may be considering Kathleen Sebelius, Governor of Kansas, for VP.
    What are your thoughts on that?

    From Steve: Kathleen is a good governor and a smart politician. She should have a bright future: that said – and I hate being disloyal here – I’m not sure she’s ready for prime time yet. She gets a lot of credit in the national media for recent Democratic successes in the state. The truth is a lot of that is from being in the right place at the right time.

    Kansas happens to be a state with the perfect distribution between social conservatives and “traditional Republicans” to cause mischief. There are just enough nutcases to win the primaries, but not quite enough to carry the general elections when the Democrats nominate a moderate and the traditional Republicans in ultra-wealthy Johnson County (Kansas City suburb) and elsewhere cross over to vote Democratic in the general out of disgust. 

    My guess is that Kathleen blew whatever small VP chances she had when she gave that boring Democratic response to Bush on national television. I wouldn’t be at all surprised, however, to see her end up in the cabinet. And she’d be good there.

  4. Larkrise Says:

    Scott McClellan is going to find out who his true friends are. The Far Right is going after him like a pack of bloodthirsty hyenas. The Right-Wing pundits are out to rip him to shreds. I hope the fellow has a thick skin. I saw his interview on Keith Olbermann’s show. Generally, McClellan handled it well. However, I totally disagree with him on his view that Bushlite wants to spred Democracy in the Middle East. What Dubya wants is to have regimes in place that will hand over the oil. Papa Bush fought for oil. Son fils is doing the same, only without success. Bush and his familia are all about oil. Cheney is all about warprofiteering. The Neo-Cons are about throwing their weight around. The Bushes and the Saudis are joined at the hip. Is Saudi Arabia a Democracy? The UAR? Etc. Etc. No, of course not. And, our “Democracy-loving” little hypocrites dont give a damn. Bush, Cheney and their sycophants wouldnt recognize an ideal if it bit them on the nose. They are totally devoid of a moral compass. Scott McClellan has exposed only the tip of the iceberg, when it comes to greed, corruption and evil in the Bush Administration. The Bushies will cry foul and trash poor Scott. I hope he has an Ace in the Hole somewhere. He needs to hold ‘em until Bush can no longer grant pardons.

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