Believe Who? The President or Your Own Eyes?

The art of politics, I suppose, is the art of trying to convince someone of something that you yourself dont really believe; to convince someone that they ought to believe you and not their own lying eyes. I know this but I still cringe whenever I hear a politician say something totally at odds with objective reality. I cringe because I consider it a waste of my time to be listening to it and a waste of the speakers time in saying it. And so it was Monday that President George W. Bush said that Attorney General Alberto R. Gonzales performance last week before the Senate Judiciary Committee “increased” the Presidents “confidence” that Gonzales can continue to do his job as the nations chief law enforcement official. He is an “honest” and “honorable man,” President Bush said, and the hearings and investigations into the U.S. Attorney scandal have not demonstrated

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