Sunday, October 02, 2005

Bush Team Channeling Aaron Sorkin?

It certainly makes sense for an unpopular president, when up against a wall, to take cues from a decidedly more popular president. But a real president taking cues from a fake one? That's just sad.

This post on dailyKos draws the parallel between current Bush spin:
"Doing his job has always been his strongest suit," said one adviser close
to the White House. "Let Bush be Bush. Let him lead. It's what Bush does in
times like these."
...and that of fictional President Bartlett from Episode 19 in 2000:
Let Bartlett be Bartlett.


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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Actually, the "Let Bartlett be Bartlett" was lifted directly from something Roger Ailes said about Reagan in the 1980s.

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