After Jack Murtha compares Bush I and II, and complains that the latter has never tried to talk to him (he's a compass, or a hole-punch, or a notebook, protractor, but not a divider), this is the response of an unnamed Bush White House official:
A White House aide, who like virtually all White House officials (in this story and in general) refused to be identified for fear of antagonizing the president, says that Murtha was a lost cause anyway and dismisses the notion that Bush is isolated or out of touch.Because, you know, as W. said: "You're either with us, or you're with the terrorists."
Which, I realize more and more, sounds just like Bill O'Reilly, Donald Wildmon, and Jerry Falwell. Just substitute "terrorists" for their favorite groups to hate.
The only difference is, those men are not the President of the United States.
O come, O come, Emmanuel.