Wednesday, May 03, 2006

I wish I'd said that

The last line of this piece by Maureen Dowd is wonderful. After comparing Bush's position in Iraq to the kidnappers' plight in The Ransom of Red Chief (wanting, but unable, to give back their victim, who's turned out to be a nasty kid), she notes that Bush ended his recent diplomatic trip with a bike ride and noted, "When you're on the hook, play hooky."

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