|The Declarer (Floyd McWilliams' Blog)|
Wednesday, July 21, 2004
[Y]ou've got to ask the following awkward but unavoidable question: Who has more credibility? The DC Metro Police? Or a small burrowing mammal?Fair enough, but two years later one has to wonder who has more credibility: The aforementioned mammal, or Mr. Marshall. Here is a recent post which makes the reader dizzy with his attempt to spin the Berger scandal as no big deal:
And when asked about Berger's transgressions, Mr. Bush was supposed to say what?
"This is not a very serious matter and no one is ever prosecuted for misplacing classified material"?
"I don't really care one way or the other"?
Ridiculous and blustering excuses, and indifference to matters of national security, are not in Bush's playbook, however natural they may seem to such as Josh Marshall.