…murdering it, cutting it into pieces, stuffing the remains into suitcases, and dumping them in remote areas while telling concerned inquirers that “Reality and I just felt like we needed a little break from each other. I think she went to Barbados. Don’t worry – I’m sure she’ll be back soon!“
The co-founder of the Federalist Society answers the question of whether distrust in the Bush administration was leading to skepticism about the treasury bailout plan:
This Administration deserves to be trusted because it has kept us safe from terrorist attack since 9/11, has fought and won two wars, has presided over eight years of economic growth, has appointed two stellar justices to the Supreme Court, and has even learned how to do Louisiana’s job of protecting that state from hurricanes. The day will come, and not before long, when Americans will wish that George Bush was still president.
There’s not a single statement in there that even remotely corresponds to reality. There’s not even a single plausible statement in there. It’s a new neocon record for most sweeping denial of reality evah!
Do I even have to debunk this? I mean, it’d be sort of like debunking the ravings of a schizophrenic homeless guy: it could be done, but why do the work when the rest of us know it’s just the insanity talking?