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Lying Brown Nosed Ass Hats…

And the books they write.

Karl Rove has a new book coming out where he takes us to a parallel universe where GW Bush is not an incompetent, lying, giggling murderer.  He steps up and tries to take some of the blame for the smirking psychotic that was the previous president of this country.

Rove Admits Error on Iraq as Bush Strategist

Republican strategist Karl Rove says in a new memoir that the failure to find weapons of mass destruction in Iraq badly damaged the Bush administration’s credibility and led to dwindling public support for the war.

That and the unprecedented incompetence and mismanagement.  But that’s a start.

The former White House political adviser blames himself for not pushing back against claims that President George W. Bush had taken the country to war under false pretenses, calling it one of the worst mistakes he made during the Bush presidency. The president, he adds, did not knowingly mislead the American public about the existence of such weapons.

Maybe some of the kool-aide drinkers actually might believe that malarky.  WMD were a trumped up issue to sell the country on a war that the previous administration wanted.  They went out of their way to fabricate, oversell and misrepresent the threat posed by Sadam Hussein.

In “Courage and Consequence,” Rove argues that history will look favorably on Bush’s two-term presidency, particularly his decision to invade Iraq. He calls the 2003 invasion the most consequential act of the Bush presidency and a justifiable response to the Sept. 11, 2001, terrorist attacks, even though al-Qaida and Osama bin Laden, not Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein, were responsible.

I would say that his delirium is showing.  The legacy of the two terms of the Bush presidency will go down as two of the worst in our nations history.  It is rather uncomfortable watching Rove give Bush a reach-around here.

Rove depicts Bush as a courageous and resolute leader whose conduct in office was forever shaped by the Sept. 11 attacks. He calls Bush’s achievements over two terms “impressive, durable and significant” and says many of the controversies that weakened his presidency were falsehoods perpetuated by political opponents.

“Courageous and resolute leader?”  Is he out of his mind?   I would say that Bush’s failures over two terms were “impressive, durable and significant”  It would be hard to see how a determined enemy could have damaged this country more than the two Bush terms accomplished.

Rove staunchly defends Bush’s handling of Hurricane Katrina, which devastated states along the Gulf of Mexico in September 2005. Bush came under withering criticism for the federal government’s response to the crisis; his memorable praise for FEMA administrator Michael Brown — “Heck of a job, Brownie” — was fodder for those who said it revealed the administration’s detachment and incompetence.

In the book, Rove blames state and local officials for botching recovery efforts, particularly Gov. Kathleen Blanco and New Orleans Mayor Ray Nagin, both Democrats.

Hey, Karl.  Don’t get any of that on your shirt as you blow your boss.  Criminal negligence is the only way to describe the Bush adminstration’s response to Hurricane Katrina.

He also has sharp words for President Barack Obama, calling him a stereotypical Chicago politician who plays fast and loose with the facts.

Fast and loose with the facts sounds like a summation of the entire Bush presidency.  Rewriting history won’t change the facts.  But I am sure it will help Republicans and their hangovers as they wonder why in the world they let the previous adminstration ruin their party and allow a black, Muslim, socialist-communist-fascist Kenyan become president.

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