Sunday, October 23, 2005


Writer Anna Quindlin, always insightful, spells out the message, perhaps clearly enough so even the Jugheads of Hubris get it.
At least Johnson had the good sense to be heartbroken by the body bags. Bush appears merely peevish at being criticized. Someone with a trumpet should play taps outside the White House for the edification of a president who has not attended a single funeral for the Iraqi war dead.
Having barely graduated from Yale, legacied through Harvard Business school, bankrupted his oil venture, run the Texas Rangers into the ground, and rendered the Oval Office little more than fodder for parody, isn't it time for Dubya to strut off to fail at something else?