One Day of Bipartisanship is Plenty

ONE DAY OF BIPARTISANSHIP IS PLENTY….So what’s the very first thing George Bush does after holding a press conference in which he used the word “bipartisan” half a dozen times and humbly promised to find “common ground” with the new Democratic majority? He hastily renominates John Bolton to be ambassador to the UN before the new majority takes office. Bolton nemesis Steve Clemons asks:

Does this look like a new “bipartisan” start? I don’t think so.

I don’t think so either. Looks like the same old Bush to me.

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