Monday, Jan 29, 2007, 12:08 am
David Broder’s Journalistic Posturing
George Bush ignores the Congress, the Iraq Study Group, military commanders and the wishes of the public, as plainly expressed in the election results. So who does David Broder sneeringly condemn with this description?:
s/he gave members of Congress and other interested folks the impression that s/he thought s/he had all the answers -- so please just do as I sayHmmm, to whom could he possibly be referring, what prominent personage thinks they have all the answers, and that mere mortal inferiors should "please just do as s/he says"? Oh, goodness, no, not "The Decider." Broder slams Hillary Clinton instead, alleging that her criticism of Bush's failed war policy is a reversion
to the mode of her ill-fated 1993-94 health-care initiative, when she gave members of Congress and other interested folks the impression that she thought she had all the answers -- so please just do as I sayY'know, because, like, Hillary's 1993-94 failed health care initiative is what has grabbed the current public's distressed attention, and of course it was a horrible disaster, much much worse than the loss of 3000+ American lives, and $360 billion. And counting.