Bound and Gaggled: Playing One Against the Other
You know, there's no shame using the tactics of a five-year-old when you sit in Scott McClellan's kindergarten:
Q Did anyone at that meeting look at the President and say, you've made some mistakes, and mention any of them?
MR. McCLELLAN: Oh, I think they expressed some of their views on things that they think maybe we could do -- some of them did -- that we could do differently, or things that we could build upon.
Q What kind of things?
MR. McCLELLAN: I said -- I indicated earlier that I'll let them speak for themselves. They're very capable individuals.
Q They told us to ask you.
MR. McCLELLAN: Actually, I think they spoke to the press out there; I don't think that's what they said. Nice try.
Q That's where they told us to ask you.
MR. McCLELLAN: Nice try. (Laughter.)
But, Moooommmm! Lawrence Eagleburger said it was okay for us to have ice creams before dinner! Can we please? Can we can we?— DCEIVER