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Thursday, June 07, 2007

The White House resorts to blogging to save the immigration bill

well, well, well... just when you think you've seen EVERYTHING, along comes something like THIS......

thereisnospoon at daily kos, who pointed me to this interesting development, has a few thoughts of his own...
I never thought I would see the day when the White House would be so panicked at the derailment of a particular bill by its own base that it would feel the need to post about it on the front page of a conservative blog in its own name.

I also never thought I would see the day when a respected community blog would simply allow a White House official to post on its frontpage--not even a promoted article or quote from an email, mind, but an originally authored piece.

Finally, I never thought I would see the day that George Bush had to defend himself from Republicans on charges of letting terrorists into America unsupervised and uncontrolled.

i am waiting for the day when i can say i never thought i'd see the day when both the president and vice president resigned their offices in disgrace...

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