One of the big headlines today focused on the so-called “Bush Apology” for mistakes he’s made in relationship to the war in Iraq. The media has been wanting him to say he made mistakes about one thing or another for YEARS now, so yesterday, during a press conference with Prime Minister Tony Blair, Bush admitted that he wished he would have toned down his rhetoric a bit. I listened to the audio of him speaking and he was believable.
The MSM has its doubts.
Newsweek’s Richard Wolffe believes Bush’s tone and mannerisms seemed rehearsed.
“And for me the big giveaway was at the end of that answer, I don’t know if you can see it on camera, but the President flashed a big grin to those of us sitting in the front rows. It didn’t seem that he was quite as contrite as his performance.”
There’s no pleasin’ the moonbat media.