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GUEST,Arne Langsetmo BS: No 'exit strategy' ;-) (19) RE: BS: No 'exit strategy' ;-) 21 Nov 05


Guest,A: So? I just did the same thing Friday night.

You both ought to let up a bit on the drinking. ;-)

I posted it because it's really the perfect visual summation of what we can only term, using Dubya's own language, a "catastrophic success."

And there is a bit of substance there, outside of the 37,261st (but by far, visually the best) demonstration of Dubya's utter incompetence, and that is the reason he was running for the door: Because a reporter was asking him another question!!! The guy just can't hack it, and wanted his momm... -- oops, sorry -- out RIGHT NOW!. OBTW, even as conservative a newspaper as the "Moonie" Washington Times reported that Dubya has cut off pretty much everyone, and the only people he talks to on a daily basis are Babs, Laura, Condi, and Karen Hughes.....   Hmmmmmm.

This little event even got the front pages of the India Times as I was passing through Bangalore.

Go watch "Comedy Central" tonight; I'm sure you will never laugh your a$$ off as much in one sitting....

Regarding the "omsbudsman" for the post on the same blog. Look up the definiton. The ombudsman for the Post works independently of the Post editorial board. What is an ombudsman for, anyway?

It is this sort of thought process, the ombudsman item, that makes one not take anything serious when it comes to blogs.

Not sure what you're getting at here. Tell you what, if you think it worthwhile to set the authors straight, go over to their page and have at it. ;-)

Cheers,


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