Stay the course of course

Once again living up to bumper-sticker-wisdom, the president's latest speech can perhaps be best described as same shit different day.

Kos points out that while Bush touted the latest turning point (the elections... don't three turning points bring you back to square one?), the Guardian is reporting on the widespread electoral fraud...

Fact-esque writes: The networks give BushCo prime time on a Sunday night to sing another chorus of Stay the Course. Whenever BushCo makes a major speech, I like to remind myself of Dr. Reanna Brooks' analysis of Dear Leader's speaking style, which she, in "A Nation of Victims," describes as "abusive." From the article:

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