Sure, this topic is just a replay of an older thread
in which I posted the most praises of the Bush admin out of all other participants. A sampling:
I'm glad Powell kept the wackos in the admin from going even more overboard.
I'm glad O'Neill spoke out about how screwed up things were.
Same with Clarke.
I'm glad Beers left the Bush admin, joined the Kerry campaign and committed to getting Bush out of office.
I thought it was very noble of John DiIulio (the former head of the faith-based programs) to tell the truth about the administration and it's short-coming from yet another insider's perspective. We owe him a lot, because he clearly supported Bush strongly and was very disappointed by what he saw during his time with the administration.
I really liked how the nation's top counter-terrorism advisor leading up to 9.11 personally apologized to the families of those killed, making a point to accept responsibility.
Speaking of accepting responsibility, it was really refreshing to see rumsfeld accept responsibility for the abu ghraib torture, and say "I am accountable."
I thought it was great that Karen Kwiatkowski came forward and spoke about her experiences close to the office of special plans and gave us some insight into how intel on Iraq was contorted.
I liked that Joe Wilson came forward and discussed his experience in Niger.
I'm glad that there is an investigation into the vp's office concerning the illegal outing of a CIA operative.
I'll have more to come soon.