October 25, 2009


Powerline got an email from Kristofer Harrison, who helped with the Bush administration's Afghanistan review.  He says Cheney was right and that they did loads of work that they passed on, no strings attached, to Obama.

The Chicago mob's behavior is unbelievably unseemly. Here they were given an immense amount of material, a complete strategic review and plan with the author's heading left blank. President Bush felt it was his duty to do so. And all Obama can do is smear president Bush, even after he filled his own name into the author's column.

Read the whole thing.

P.S.  Yes, what airforcewife said.  See comments.

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1 And that is historically way nicer than outgoing administrations have been, too.  When the Clinton Administration left, in addition to various pieces of furniture and what-not, they also took all the "w" keys from the computer keyboards.

I'm torn between thinking that is funny and rolling my eyes (it really was rather clever in the grand scheme of hazing), since it is sort of a tradition to do something when one loses (the Ford Administration threw peanuts everywhere when they left). 

The fact that the W administration acted classy and as befits a leader leaving office during wartime speaks volumes in the presence of such a tradition and in light of what was done when they came into office.

The fact that the Obama administration refuses to cop to anything that was done for them just underscores what seems to be a feeling of entitlement and nastiness.  Like "Heathers" in the White House.


Posted by: airforcewife at October 25, 2009 10:39 AM (uE3SA)

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