Bush Apologizes for Cowboy Rhetoric
Posted on May 26, 2006
The president said he regretted saying “bring ‘em on” and “wanted dead or alive,” and that Abu Ghraib had cost the country dearly. It’s probably the most significant concession he has ever made, but if there has ever been a case for too little, too late, it’s this.
Crooks and Liars:
With Bush’s poll numbers in the sewer, it’s not surprising that he took a track of contrition tonight. Abu Ghraib was a top down decision that led to our people torturing prisoners. He’s sorry. Which consultant came up with these answers? How many of us in the blogosphere have been saying this for a long time to only be rebuked by his followers?