Sidney Blumenthal, writing in The Guardian, on what Paul O'Neill's revelations might mean for the Bush administration:
"...O'Neill's persuasiveness and the long-term damage he does ... comes from his years in the Nixon and Ford administrations and his first-hand critique of a government radically unlike any before, especially Republican ones. O'Neill's threat is to a president unusually dependent in an election campaign on fear and credibility to sustain a sense of power and inevitability. He sounds an alarm against an unfit president who lacks 'credibility with his most senior officials,' behind whom looms a dark 'puppeteer,' as O'Neill calls the vice-president, and a closed cabal...."
Thursday, January 15, 2004
The President of Cabal
Posted by J.W. Williamson at 1/15/2004 12:49:00 PM
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