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Wednesday, September 21, 2005

Give Them Enough Rope...

In my previous post, I link to Aussiegirl`s thoughts on hurricane relief. I posted a comment in which I asked the question of why the Bush Administration keeps protecting Clinton. J. James Estrada offers an explanation in the American Thinker.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Aussiegirl said...

Thanks for posting, Tim - I would have missed this. However, I disagree with the author. I think it goes much deeper to something that we are not fully aware of yet. And Able Danger may have something to do with it. I think these men are covering up for each other, because the powerful always have more in common with each other than they do with you or me or the truth coming out. All these years we've been reassured that Bush has an ace up his sleeve that he will pull out at just the right moment and show us all what a brilliant poker player he is. As BonnieB. so cleverly put it, after years of hoping that he had something up his sleeve it may turn out that all that's up there is either Karl Rove's arm -- or Bush's elbow.

7:49 PM  
Blogger Timothy Birdnow said...

Yep, I think this ``Karl Rove supergenius`` business is bunk, too.

Remember when Clinton`s staff trashed the White House computer room and Bush denied it happened? It was part of the ``new tone``. I think this is more of the same; Bush doesn`t want to start a political war over this.

Bonnie cracks me up!

5:17 AM  
Blogger Mattias A. Caro said...

Rove is only a genius in that he's in the right place at the right time. That's no small feet and he and his associates are competant at what they do, but you're right, he's not a genius.

Throwing in another wrinkle, I know a few people who work for Bush 41 now and from what I hear, 41 just genuinly likes hanging out with Clinton. Yeah, he probably thinks Clinton's white trash, but 41 has really put partisan politics behind him and he finds some kinship with Clinton's common experience of the presidency. I think this more than anything else is pushing 43's thinking on this.

6:21 AM  

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