Actually I have written (something like) over the course of the next two weeks I will come to my final opinion on the Scott. As far as the trust issue we could go back and forth on this with Obama, Hillary, Bill, Gore, W, W sr. etc. I mean look at the approval ratings 65.2 % disapprove of Bush, which is bad. However the Congress (lead by Dems) 75% disapprove, they would rather interview baseball players than fix anything. I mean what job could you tell your boss; well we really arenít going to do anything the rest of the year until after the election?<quoted text>Here is what I witnessed on the news this morning. A poll was taken asking "Who do you trust more. McClellan or the Whitehouse? 95% said they trusted McClellan-5% said the Whitehouse.
The Bush Administration silenced anyone who disagreed with their agenda. Who knows what Scott objected to at the time these disastrous decisions were made. It's pretty clear he lost his job for SOME reason. All Scott is saying in the book is what we already know.
This is the most corrupt administration since the Reagan years.
Let the neocons scream 'schizophrenia' all they want about poor Scott. The American public is much wiser today and they know, sure, this guy is trying to make a buck. They aren't stupid for cripe sakes. They also know Scott was W's boy since the 90's in his Texas hey-days. To have done a complete 360 on someone he was once loyal to tells me he has something Bush and Dick never had.
Silenced, nah just loyalty. He lost his job cause he wasnít good at it, even the press core made fun of him.
Show your proof of corruption, we can impeach him (joke). Huh, the American public is not wiser, please, that is just a sad fact, look at my punctuation.
A conscience, I would say very few people in politics have a conscience.