Thanks ever so for finally deciding to tell the truth. Granted it’s five years, 4,084 confirmed American dead and untold tens of thousands of dead Iraqi civilians too fucking late but really — who’s counting?
Me, that’s who ... you corpulent hypocrite.
Because revelations like this would’ve been soooooooo much more interesting if you’d made them before the war.
Former White House Press Secretary Scott McClellan writes in a new memoir that President Bush relied on an aggressive "political propaganda campaign" instead of the truth to sell the Iraq war, it has been reported.
The Bush White House made "a decision to turn away from candor and honesty when those qualities were most needed" — a time when the nation was on the brink of war, McClellan writes in the book entitled "What Happened: Inside the Bush White House and Washington's Culture of Deception."
The way Bush managed the Iraq issue "almost guaranteed that the use of force would become the only feasible option," the book contends, according to accounts Wednesday in The New York Times and Washington Post.
Yours in perpetual disgust,
P.S. Here’s hoping that you really, really, REALLY can’t sleep at night for your part in selling the Iraq war.
P.P.S. Red and Chet have already taken turns putting the boots to Scotty. Go. Read. Yes, now.