Notes on the Atrocities
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Friday, May 28, 2004  

Satire on the way. Meantime, Krugman, whose the one guy at the Times who gets to ask this question:

People who get their news by skimming the front page, or by watching TV, must be feeling confused by the sudden change in Mr. Bush's character. For more than two years after 9/11, he was a straight shooter, all moral clarity and righteousness.

But now those people hear about a president who won't tell a straight story about why he took us to war in Iraq or how that war is going, who can't admit to and learn from mistakes, and who won't hold himself or anyone else accountable. What happened?

His answer is hard to dispute.

posted by Jeff | 7:33 AM |
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