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Discussion in 'Politics, Religion, Social Issues' started by zimv20, Oct 13, 2005.
I think McClellan is starting to crack under the pressure. I watched part of yesterday's press briefing, and it seemed to me he was obviously chafed by the intensity of the questions he was getting on the Meirs nomination. He kept repeating the same generic party line answers to every question and the press just kept throwing it back into his face.
Well sure, it's gotta be tough for him nowadays, repeating meaningless answers and finding out that the media don't automatically accept them anymore.
Not that I feel sorry for him. He put himself in that position.
Nice to see that the press is really starting to wake up. I think we're all getting sick of that whole 9/11=Iraq thing. To say someone is against the war on terror (and/or for terrorism/terrorists) because they have a problem with how bad the Iraq war is going is just insulting. Terror has become a catchphrase.