Saturday, September 30, 2006

Why Would Anyone Believe Tony Snow?


"In a lot of ways, the book is sort of like cotton candy. It kind of melts on contact," White House spokesman Tony Snow said at a briefing dominated by the topic."

Cut.

"The White House cooperated extensively with Woodward's first two books on the Bush presidency, "Bush at War" and "Plan of Attack," granting him extraordinary access, including four interviews with Bush. The books were so laudatory that White House aides gave them to each other as Christmas gifts and "Plan of Attack" was listed on the Bush campaign's re-election Web site as recommended reading."

Read more here.

So you have to ask yourself why the first two books weren't "cotton candy", but the new one State Of Denial is, at least according to the White House.

Shouldn't be too hard to figure out.
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