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Thursday, May 29, 2008

McClellan Book: "What Happened",
A Brilliant Rovian Distraction

"In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way." - Franklin D. Roosevelt

Scott McClennan wrote a book called "What Happened." The book supposedly is a "tell-all"; very critical of the Bush Administration and officials.

The Left is wetting their panties with glee, having orgiastic histrionics because the book criticizes the Administration they love to hate. No one on The Left believed anything McClellan said when he was part of the White House. But we will see The LeftTards do a 180 because what he wrote is appealing to their warped mentality.

Liberals and Progressives are notorious for both their immediate emotional kneejerk reactionism and never scratching beyond the surface of anything. This is how the Left always behaves. They can be counted on to react this way, in the same fashion that Pavlov's dog salivated at the ringing of a bell.

Liberals and Progressives will vilify anyone who has an opposing political ideology. But when that same person says something that agrees with Lefty mantra, oh...then it's the gospel truth, delivered by a man descending from the mountain holding two tablets of commandments.

Here's what I think: McClellan wrote the book the way he did with the express but tacit approval of Karl Rove which allows once again for the Dems to be played like a fiddle.

This book has to be some sort of subterfuge designed to throw the Left an off-course bone; to derail them. It's pure political genius on the part of the Republicans. The Democrats are being "had" once again. They just don't know it yet.

Karl Rove is yanking and pulling the strings of Democrats in a beautifully orchestrated maneuver.

This book does at least three things:

1) It takes the focus off both Obama and Hillary and turns attention back onto the Bush Administration. There is only so much available time for the media to report on any issue and while the MSM is busy reporting on McClellan's book, they reduce their gaa-gaa-goo-goo focus on Obama. Bush, Cheney, Rove and any other Administration official are more than happy to field questions about the book because all they have to do is deflect McClellan's assertions and feign incredulity at its content.

2) It rallies the Conservative base.

3) It gives the Dems a red herring to whine and cry and blog over, which preoccupies and prevents them from promoting Liberalism, Socialism their Marxism and their Affirmative Action Presidential Candidate.

This book is a brilliant execution of politics at its best, but not for the obvious reasons.

I wouldn't be surprised if the McClellan book is a beautifully orchestrated political maneuver by Karl Rove. And Karl, if my take on this is correct - and I think it is - I apologize for letting the cat out of the bag. But we know that my doing this will not in the slightest prevent or dissuade the Insane Liberal Clown Posse from believing that this book is the greatest thing since the Watergate Tapes.

"In politics, nothing happens by accident. If it happens, you can bet it was planned that way." - Franklin D. Roosevelt


Yeah, but have you seen Bugliosi's book making the case against Bush for murder?

It's prominently displayed at the left leaning bookstore in my local mall.
Hi Groovy!

I heard a radio interview with Bugliosi, but I don't recall on what program.

The Left is going to harp on Bush being a murderer forever and ever. And I'm surprised his book is on prominent display at the bookstores. Barnes & Nobles and Borders are notorious for "front and center" display of anti-Conservative books while those written by Conservatives have to be hunted down like they're extinct.
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