Thursday, October 20, 2005

The Internets never forget.


Boy, from back in 2002, I'll bet this guy is some kinda embarrassed these days (emphasis added slowly and lovingly):

... In a pledge to America, George W. Bush vowed to restore integrity and dignity to the White House after the Clinton years.

Say what you want regarding his policies, but Bush has restored grace and dignity to the highest office in the land. Our country has suffered through a recession, and we are currently engaged in the war against terrorism, but the public is not distracted by a scandal plagued Administration. To date, not one Cabinet member has resigned nor are there any ongoing Congressional investigations into Bush officials regarding improper conduct...

[Bush] appears to understand that the office of the President is an honor, and to disgrace it is to disgrace our country. So far, his integrity is intact and we can be proud of the decency that has been restored to the highest office in the land.

I wonder what Mr. Archibald is thinking these days. Hey, I know -- let's ask him, if he's still available at that JCArch@msn.com e-mail address. Let's all send him a friendly hello and see what he's up to these days. If he's not too ashamed to come out of his cave.

WHOA ... Apparently, Mr. Archibald is pretty much the total hack. But you saw that coming, didn't you?

1 comment:

CathiefromCanada said...

The appropriate response to this 2002 remark should have been: give them some time, eh?