Lack of Class Watch.

Well, that didn’t take long:

Kicking a man once he’s safely out of power and can’t kick back doesn’t diminish him; it merely diminishes you. But, hey: message received, Mr. President.

Message received.

Moe Lane

PS: “I thank President Bush for his service to our nation, as well as the generosity and cooperation he has shown throughout this transition.”

Eh. Just words, apparently.

2 thoughts on “Lack of Class Watch.”

  1. Wait… You’ll have to explain this one to me. How is an announcement that the new guy is actually planning on making good on a major campaign promise — one of the central promises that got him elected in the first place — an example of “kicking a man once he’s safely out of power and can’t kick back?” This announcement is merely following through on something he’s been saying all along. How do you start from consistent rhetoric and twist it around until it matches your claim of being an excessive and unwarranted attack on his predecessor?

  2. Simple: “careless” should have been left on the campaign trail where it belonged. The man’s President now: he’s no longer required to lie to the idiots who rather desperately needed to believe that the War in Iraq was unjustified in order to excuse their willingness to throw the Kurds on the fire if that’s what it took to win a domestic election.

    And you think that was bad, I haven’t even brought up the Katrina slams. 🙂

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