Sunday, August 23, 2009

Another modest wager

Here's Jonathan Adler, in National Review's "The Corner" blog:

Time to Change the Subject?
Let's see now. Deficit projections are once again on the rise as Obama's approval rating falls. Health-care reform is faltering, climate-change legislation is stalled, and David Axlerod is under fire for his conflicts of interest.
Seems like a good time to change the subject.
Contents of the CIA inspector general's report on harsh interrogation methods have already leaked, so it won't do the trick.
If I were a betting man, I'd expect something else to drop Monday or Tuesday.

I agree. I visit Talking Points Memo almost every day (they're one of the biggest Democrat clearinghouses for leftover Bush scandals), and they've had the same headline for about 48 hours. I'll bet a scandal from the Bush boom is exposed sometime before lunch on Monday.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Well, it seems that my local National Socialist Radio is behind. They just this morning announced the release of the redacted CIA harsh interrogation report.

So, I guess I'll wait, along with everyone else, to see what new distraction the Red Shed will release in its attempt to side-slip the HELLthKare bill through Kongress.

B Woodman