The Washington Times Needs to Get Its Stories Straight
An alert operative catches the Washington Times changing horses in midstream:
From the November 28-December 4 issue of Insight Magazine:
"Bush Takes Cheney Out of the Loop on National Security": "The role of Vice President Dick Cheney as the administration's point man in security policy appears over, according to administration sources."
From today's Washington Times:
"Cheney, Bush Remain Close": "Secondly, throughout 2005, Mr. Cheney appeared more interested in democratizing Iraq than in reforming Social Security, an issue that the president spent much of the year promoting. After failing to persuade Congress to enact the reform, Mr. Bush belatedly returned to aggressively defending his Iraq policy."
Sure, it seems contradictory, but if you cast your mind back to the events of the recent past, it's easy to see that Dick and George were just taking a little time off for Fitzmas.— DCEIVER