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APW FLASH! APW Forces Bush to Knees!
Tuesday, September 13, 2005
In a late-breaking non-exclusive, A Penny's Worth has learned that President Bush has buckled to our pressure (see below) and taken full responsibility for the flood disaster.

APW humbly sumbits that this is what being an American is all about.


In all seriousness, Bush surprised me by doing the right thing and copping to responsibility here. Obviously he was made to do so against his will (you can SO tell when he is uncomfortable with what he is saying; he is like an open book.) But Americans are a remarkably forgiving people, provided you ask for the forgiveness. Which, by copping to the blame, Bush has essentialy done. Good political damage control. I wonder who in the administration had the good sense to recommend humility? It really isn't their style.


Posted by: --josh-- @ 2:53 PM  

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At 9/15/2005 2:49 PM, Blogger Shanna said...   

Wow! I totally agree! Its always so easy to forgive someone after they've had their crow dinner, but I don't buy his insincere apology any more than I would buy one from Saddam Hussein for gassing the Kurds, y'know?

(yes, I'm haunting your "adult" blog as well)


At 9/15/2005 3:27 PM, Blogger --josh-- said...   

Shanna banana, I know exactly what you mean. You could tell how insincere he was by the forced way in which he spoke. I'd like to link to video of it and may search for some.

Check out Maureen Dowd on the topic (NY Times requires registration):


At 9/15/2005 4:14 PM, Blogger Shanna said...   

I'll have to check it out tonight. I have done way too much not working today LOL Yes, I think body language plays a greater role in your impression of someone's sincerity, or lack thereof, than most people realize. You would think a life-long politician would realize that, wouldn't you?

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