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He can read!

This is somewhat dated by blog standards, such as they are, but it struck me as an opportunity not to be missed. Karl Rove, writing in the The Wall Street Journal, reminisces about his friendly “contest” with the then-incumbent President of the United States of America. For the final three years of the Dubyah administration, […]

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Bushism

I have long since given up on Bush and his refashioning of American foreign policy founded upon a glaringly obvious Electra complex*, so much so that his rants – his Bushisms – elicit only disinterest. But his latest Bushism, a juxtaposition of ignorance and blinkeredness, beggars belief. Members of Congress need to stop making political […]

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