I heard an announcer on NPR, leader of your liberal media, helping BushCo out by rephrasing his incredibly stupid and embarassing "the "right guy" comment as "the right man." I remember a big to-do a few years back about reporters rephrasing athletes' comments to make them sound smarter. It was decided that that was the wrong thing to do. Ethics and all, don't you know.
Here's some more grand eloquence and deep thinking from today's press conference:
PRESIDENT BUSH: My advice is, support reasonable people and reject extremists. Understand that most people want to live in peace and harmony and security. It's very important for the American people to understand that most Muslim mothers want their children to grow up in peace, and they're interested in peace. And it's in our interest to help liberty prevail in the Middle East, starting with Iraq.
And that's why this business about graceful exit just simply has no realism to it at all. We're going to help this government. And I'm able to say that it is -- that we have a government that wants our help and is becoming more capable about taking the lead in the fight to protect their own country. The only way that Iraq is going to be able to succeed is when the Iraqis, led by a capable person, says, we're tired of it, we don't want violence, we want the peace that our 12 million people voted for. And it's in the world's interest that Iraq succeed.
No matter who succeeds this moron, s/he'll sound like Winston Churchill in comparison.