February 11, 2006

Little Man Bush

Reading Garrison Keillor always reminds me of home. This piece about the State of the Union speech at Salon.com is no exception. An excerpt:

And to suffer pangs of conscience even as you exhort the public to have confidence in you -- this has to be an interesting experience. Your mistakes are responsible for terrible suffering, but you stand among your victims and urge public support for your policies as a sign of support for the people those policies have injured. This is a plot worthy of Shakespeare.
Posted by Spicolli at February 11, 2006 4:53 PM