Sunday, August 25, 2002

"When it comes to running the country — as opposed to running 5-K's — Mr. Bush owes his reticence to a mixture of insecurity and hauteur. Dick Cheney owes his reticence only to hauteur" writes Maureen Dowd in an article published in the New York Times.

In her inimitable style, Dowd captures the very essence of Mr. Harken and Mr. Halliburton in one short paragraph.

Bush is indeed an INSECURE individual given that he knows he is in a job that is WAY over his head.

Compensating for his lack of knowledge and experience, he adopts an air of arrogance that has antagonized friend and foe alike.

Conversely, while Cheney is indeed an experienced individual, he is right up there with the best in the arrogance department. His attitude: "I know it all, soooo....why confuse me with facts and demand I answer "silly" questions?"

Slowly but surely Americans are waking up to the fact that the ol' Deceptive Iran-Contra Gang is back in power...a gang OBSESSED with SECRECY... determined to prove it is the UNClinton administration as they work overtime to stress CONFRONTATION as opposed to cooperation.

Predictably, anti-Americanism around the globe has grown considerably as they attempt to win the war against HATRED by...triggering more hatred.

But then...right-wingers have never been accused of being smart....

For the full article please click on HAUTEUR


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