In a craven attempt to rake in a pile of cash, former Press Secretary Scott McClellan has betrayed his President and his Administration. And in doing so, he has betrayed America. Question: was Scott lying then or is he lying now? I can’t be sure, but it seems what he’s leaking now to the press will potentially make him a lot of money from BDS afflicted moonbats who reflexively grasp at any straw in a futile effort to embarrass our great President. Next he’ll be posting on Daily Kos. Just watch.
Get a load of this rubbish:
Former White House press secretary Scott McClellan names names in a caustic passage from a forthcoming memoir that accuses President Bush, Karl Rove and Vice President Cheney of being “involved” in his giving the press false information about the CIA leak case.
Simple Scotty draws out the long knives and cheerfully stabs his former friends and superiors right in the back, without hesitation.
“I stood at the White house briefing room podium in front of the glare of the klieg lights for the better part of two weeks and publicly exonerated two of the seniormost aides in the White House: Karl Rove and Scooter Libby,” McClellan wrote.
“There was one problem. It was not true.”
And it’s all about money. Not truth, not honor, not principle, not loyalty. Just the visions of dollar signs that dance in his head. Shameful. Simply shameful.
McClellan then absolves himself and makes an inflammatory — and potentially lucrative for his publisher — charge.
That’s what it’s all about, covering his behind and himself in greenbacks. But who really cares about this nonsense anyway? It’s already obvious to anyone with half a brain that there was no underlying crime. So what’s the big deal? And Lewis Libby is nothing short of a hero. That’s a fact. Scott McClellan is a shamelessly disloyal sellout who’s trying desperately to sell a book that nobody wants to read.
It’s pathetic and sad. Scotty, how could you sink so low? And which Democrat are you going to endorse? The moonbat media will make a big deal out of this no doubt, sensing blood in the water, but it will be reportage full of sound and fury, signifying nothing. Moonbat McClellan, your five minutes in the sun are long past. Do us all a favor and go spend some time with your family. And don’t forget to turn in your White House press pass.
The saddest part of this whole non-story is that President Bush’s steadfast loyalty to his friend from Austin was repaid with a hard slap in the face. What an awful thing to do to such a generous and trusting man. It makes me sick.