The truth hurts

I’ve never seen a pundit state his case with more passion, more anger, more eloquence or more evidence. Go watch this video clip now, and pass it along to everyone you know.

Update: That clip goes well with today’s eloquent ranting of another Bush admirer turned detractor:

Let me put this kindly: anyone who believes that Donald Rumsfeld has done a “fantastic job” in Iraq is out of his mind. The fact that such a person is president of the United States is beyond disturbing. But then this is the man who told Michael Brown he was doing a “heckuva job.” And, yes, our Iraq policy begins to look uncannily like the Katrina response.

The president, in other words, has just proved that he is utterly unhinged from reality, in a state of denial truly dangerous for the world. He needs an intervention. Think of this election as an intervention against a government in complete denial and capable of driving the West off a cliff. You can’t merely abstain now. Bush just raised the stakes. And he must be stopped.

Have we ever seen a situation even remotely comparable to this in all of America’s history? Have we ever seen so many intelligent, responsible Americans conviced that our leadership is unhinged to the point of putting the entire world in danger?

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The Discussion: 2 Comments

Yes, this was one of his best.

Another I thought was fantastic that you might have missed while in Vietnam, Richard – the one on the death of habeas corpus. I can’t remember if I posted it here or not, but it’s definitely up on my blog. Check it out.

November 2, 2006 @ 12:33 pm | Comment

That was a great clip – thanks Richard!

November 2, 2006 @ 11:26 pm | Comment

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