Now we know why the Washington Post printed this wretched, pathetic, absurd article about Bush.
To show him as a deep thinker, so that when he commuted Libby's conviction to nothing but tax cut chump change, really so Libby could still plead the fifth, we might feel his anguish as he struggled with the decision of what to do about his loyal aide.
What a pity party Baker's article is, a pity party and a stand-up routine of jokes that strain only our credulity, not our bellies.
Bush has read 3 bio's of George Washington. Bush convenes nightly debates with leading scholars and experts and thinkers on weighty subjects like the nature and meaning of good and evil.
Not generally known for intellectual curiosity, Bush is seeking out those who are, engaging in a philosophical exploration of the currents of history that have swept up his administration.
Not generally known? You could say that. And Bush is comfortable, according to this article explaining what happened, sortof. Note that this time though, the great thinker Bush acted quickly to commute Libby's sentence when the judge ordered him to start serving his time. And nobody knows what Cheney was telling Bush, or Rove, like they hadn't already discussed the possibilities?
Bush the Mighty Thinker, that's going to be his legacy alright.
So then, I have to ask, WHAT ARE YOU GOING TO DO NOW, SPEAKER PELOSI AND LEADER REID?
ACTIONS OR WORDS, what'll it be?