Because whatever the hell it is must be some pretty strong shit given some of the nonsense he’s spewing out of his mouth.
Take, for example, this entry on Think Progress about McClellan’s response to a Washington Post story about how when President Bush came on TV back on May 29, 2003 and claimed “We found the weapons of mass destruction. We found biological laboratories.” that the Pentagon had turned in a field report to Washington two days prior that debunked that very claim. McClellan’s defense of yet another example of Bush Bullshit?
You know, I saw some reporting talking about how this latest revelation — which is not something that is new; this is all old information that’s being rehashed — was an embarrassment for the White House. No, it’s an embarrassment for the media that is out there reporting this.
I brought up with some of you earlier today some of the reporting that was based of this Washington Post report. And I talked to one of network about it…they expressed their apologies to the White House.
I hope they will go and publicly apologize on the air about the statements that were made, because I think it is important given that they had made those statements in front of all their viewers. So we look forward to that happening as well.
What the fuck?! Hmmmm. Perhaps he’s right. Perhaps they should apologize. Something along the lines of:
Hey folks, we’re sorry we pointed out yet another example of how our illustrious leader has been feeding you bullshit for the past several years. We also apologize for revealing the total incompetence of his administration and staff that are apparently so stunningly arrogant that they feel they’re beyond criticism. We apologize for this because it should be blindingly obvious to anyone who’s paid even the slightest bit of attention and as a result our pointing it out should be an insult to anyone with an IQ bigger than their shoe size.