Thursday, May 24, 2007

Cheney's Staff Engaged in Insubordination Against President Bush, an excerpt:

From The Washington Note by Steve Clemons:

"The zinger of this information is the admission by this Cheney aide that Cheney himself is frustrated with President Bush and believes, much like Richard Perle, that Bush is making a disastrous mistake by aligning himself with the policy course that Condoleezza Rice, Bob Gates, Michael Hayden and McConnell have sculpted.

According to this official, Cheney believes that Bush can not be counted on to make the "right decision" when it comes to dealing with Iran and thus Cheney believes that he must tie the President's hands."

Read the whole thing. It's not that long, but it deserves attention.

This, and Cliff's post below about Frist and co., just kinda warms the heart and renews your faith in those rational, prudent, sensible leaders or ours, doesn't it? Now if you'll excuse me, I need to go find a wall to bang my head against.


At 9:04 PM, Blogger GottaLaff said...

Wow, Paddy, we simul-posted.

At 9:06 PM, Blogger Paddy said...

Yes'm missy. Great minds and all that shite.

Cheney has been running a parralell administration the whole time. The question would be, whose admin is more powerful? Hmmm?

At 11:20 PM, Blogger bhelverson said...

Cheney believes that Bush can not be counted on to make the "right decision" . . . .

First time that I have agreed with Dick "Dick" Cheney.


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