Tue, 25 May 2004 14:12:25 GMT
Last year, I fell off my bike, and had to have my arm in a sling for a couple of days. I don’t care, even a little bit, that Bush had a spill. It happens.
But if the White House is going to come out and blame the fall on “what the White House described as soil loosened by recent rainfall”… (Here’s the quote: “It’s been raining a lot. The topsoil was loose.”)
Well, I can check that. There hasn’t been any rain in Crawford all week. The last day with more than an inch of precipitation was May 1.
Again, not a big deal, but why would they say that? And do you share my suspicion that Caren Bohan, who wrote the Reuters report from Crawford, knows perfectly well that there wasn’t any rain?
UPDATE: Kos has a similar post, with a different data set but the same conclusion.
lying is a habit, a practice, you do it repeatedly and you learn to do it all the time. this is not so to speak 'good'. it is a vice, a viciousness, an insociability, and that in the end, is problematic.