April 08, 2004
Dr. Rice's Testimony [Apr 8, 2004]

Neal Pollack blogs the testimony, which I 100% missed:

"Lie, lie, distortion, half-truth, pander, manipulation, pseudo-intellectual bombast. Dodge, dodge, feint, lie, dodge, avoid, subject change, lie, slander, pretentious generalization, character assassination, bald-faced lie.

Oversimplification, undersimplification, condescension, insult, insult, lie, avoidance of responsibility, avoidance of question about avoiding responsibility, cheap political point, utter, malicious lie.

Grimace, slither, dodge, lie, deliberate misinterpretation of history, nonpartisan character disparagement, narrative designed by public-relations experts to create maximum “connection” with American public. Appearance of professionalism, resoluteness, capableness, preparedness. Major omission of lie to create partial truth. Lie for political convenience. Lie for partisan gain. Lie to protect the economic interests of an incredibly small number of people. Reception of flattery. Dispersal of flattery. Abuse of good will afforbed by ten people who are trying to gather evidence without partisan bias. Backhanded dismissal of all criticsism. Denial of any responsibility in orchestrating what will almost certainly become the most tragic and bloody war of this generation."

Posted by dbrown at April 08, 2004 12:42 PM
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n.b.: faint, in-head echo of "the click and scrape of the briefcase." some of you know what I'm talking about.

Posted by: dbrown on April 8, 2004 12:46 PM

I don't remember much, but every time I buy a donut down here on Wall St., I remember the click and scrape.

Posted by: Kevin Slavin on April 8, 2004 03:41 PM
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