March 16, 2005


This explains so much.

"The night before their appearance with Bush, Surma and the other conversation participants held a dress rehearsal with a White House aide who played the role of the president. While Surma and other participants said they were never told what to say, the practice session and the interviews that preceded it reduced the likelihood of any surprises.

"White House Communications Director Nicolle Devenish said screening out opponents helps ensure a 'productive discussion.' "

Posted by kerry at March 16, 2005 08:16 AM | TrackBack

NFK. I'm surprised they didn't have to swear a loyalty oath before being allowed to do the dress rehersal.

Posted by: dave at March 16, 2005 08:20 AM

LOL. Similar to when Bush cites "progress in the social security debate". What debate is he engaged in? As if he's going to turn at one point and say "Gee Ted, never thought of it that way before, I guess you're right, we've made progress here."
His debate is another man's smashing their head against the wall.

Posted by: Mike at March 16, 2005 11:19 AM
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