Tuesday, November 11, 2008

Ah, Hell...

Just a taste of what's to come...

Nuthin' but class from The One. (H/T-Drudge)

"Just hours after President Bush and President-elect Obama met in the Oval Office of the White House, details of their confidential conversation began leaking out to the press, igniting anger from the president, sources claim."

The ASSOCIATED PRESS quickly followed with details of the conversation, citing "aides who described the discussion on grounds of anonymity, citing the private nature of the meeting."

If they didn't KNOW that they were wrong to leak details of a PRESIDENTIAL BRIEFING, they wouldn't have insisted on anonymity, now would they?

I don't know which would be worse - The One not knowing who on his staff would go straight to the press by now - or The One knowing who on his staff would go straight to the press.....

I find myself disliking this guy a little more every day.

- MuscleDaddy


  1. Since the discussion apparently took place between Obama and Bush themselves, without ANY staff members present, it's not hard to winnow down the identity of the leaker.

  2. Orrin,
    The MSM know who the leaker is, same as always. Just like the Valerie Plame thing.
    But they'll never tell.

  3. I haven't trusted him from the beginning. But the real last straw was the "fundamentally flawed" comment on the Constitution. He will be the President. That doesn't mean I have to like him...or trust him.


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