Friday, September 24, 2004

Nothing's perfect indeed

You have to hand it to Rumsfield, he can always be counted on to be Mister "quote machine." On top of that, the man is unapologetically incorrigible. When asked how elections could be held in Iraq when so many areas are too chaotic to properly hold a fair election, the Rummer replied:

"Nothing's perfect in life," Rumsfeld told a Senate committee on Thursday. "You have an election that's not quite perfect. Is it better than not having an election? You bet."
If only the Bushies could hold this same standard in our US presidential election. Since states like California and New York are considered politically unfriendly terroritories for Republicans, I'm sure the Bushies, at least in their eyes, would feel comfortable holding an election without these states participating. As Rumsfield might say, "It is better than not having an election (if Cali and New York were not participating)? You bet."



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