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October 8, 2004

No Shame

I know it's been said before, but the Bush Administration has absolutely no shame. If you are still not convinced of this fact, you only need to read the admission by Bush Campaign aides in yesterday's Washington Post:

"The strategy is aimed at stoking public fears about terrorism, raising new concerns about Kerry's ability to protect Americans and reinforcing Bush's image as the steady anti-terrorism candidate, aides said."
The only question is: WHY WASN'T THAT THE FRIGGIN' HEADLINE OF THE ARTICLE (instead of mentioned in the 6th paragraph)???

The follow-through on this strategy appears in today's New York Times where we're told that:

"Education officials in six states were put on notice last month that a computer disc found in Iraq over the summer contained photos, floor plans and other information about schools in their districts, two U.S. government officials said.The downloaded data the U.S. military found in July -- all publicly available on the Internet -- included an Education Department report guiding schools on how to prepare and respond to a crisis, one official said Thursday, speaking on condition of anonymity."
So I ask, Dear Reader, why does the Bush Administration have any FUCKING CREDIBILITY left?

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