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Tuesday, October 04, 2005

Harriet Miers – George W. Bush in the Rose Garden this Morning

As I watched the press conference in the Rose Garden this morning, I couldn’t help but to wonder…

How much cocaine did President Bush really do?

Sure, we know President Bush is not exactly a dynamic person. His inability to articulate and his putrid oratory skills despite much practice and a necessity to perform well in these areas reinforce that claim. But I must confess. Watching him this morning, I was convinced that he suffered serious damage during his days of alleged (never denied) cocaine use.

He nominated a friend of his to the Supreme Court who has never been a judge.

Say anything you like, but that statement alone is damming.

He was asked in the Press Conference whether Harriet Miers was the most qualified person to be nominated to the Supreme Court.

He said yes.

First of all, it takes a lot of machismo to say that you’ve found the single most qualified person for anything… let alone a person who has absolutely NO QUALIFICATIONS! There are a lot of successful people out there, and if simply being a good lawyer qualified someone for the Supreme Court, I doubt this bureaucrat would be at the top of the list.

President Bush gave a wink and a nod to conservatives. Trust me, he says, she is one of us. Despite the fact that she donated money to democratic campaigns and has supported civil rights for homosexuals… she is one of us. President Bush says she won’t change he mind in 20 years and will be consistent. He also says he has never talked with her about particular issues about abortion, but has assessed her character.

Well….

1) How can conservatives believe she won’t change her mind in 20 years if she was a card-carrying democrat less than 20 years ago?

2) Isn’t it a coincidence that a life long friend of President Bush’s also happens to be the best candidate for the Supreme Court? (sorry, had to throw this in there)

3) How could President Bush’s chief policy advisor (and great friend) never have had a conversation with him about abortion? President Bush flat out lied when he said he did not recall talking about the abortion issue with her.

4) Let’s say President Bush is being truthful, and he has never spoken about abortion with Harriet Miers. Then how can he say “trust me, she is one of us?”

This thing smells.

President Bush is a mess. The American people were stupid… let me repeat that… STUPID for electing him. I don’t blame President Bush. I blame every American.

I blame those who voted for him.

I blame those who voted against him and didn’t fight enough against him


And most of all, I blame those who lived in highly contested states who didn’t vote.