Tuesday, November 28, 2006

Bush's bizarre appointment

When will people learn?

It is a waste of time to listen to anything Bush says.

It only matters what he does, as his actions are usually diametrically opposed to what he says.

Bush's bizarre appointment - Los Angeles Times:

PRESIDENT BUsh made some winningly conciliatory remarks the day after his party's Nov. 7 electoral drubbing, saying he looked forward to governing in a more bipartisan fashion. Then he turned around and started naming kooky ideologues to key posts.

The latest recess appointment, Eric Keroack as head of the federal government's family planning office, is an extremist so out of line with scientific thought that it is difficult to describe his views without laughing.

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