Scott McClellan is taking some shots and cashing in. This is to be expected at this stage of the game:

The book is so critical that it becomes difficult to imagine a future scene that Bush predicted on the day that McClellan’s forced resignation was announced.

“One of these days,” Bush, with McClellan at his side, told reporters that day, “he and I are going to be rocking on chairs in Texas, talking about the good old days and his time as the press secretary. And I can assure you, I will feel the same way then that I feel now, that I can say to Scott, ‘Job well done.’”

Scott didn’t exactly burn the bridge – he just sold it for a few million dollars.



4 Comments

  1. ThatJayGuy

    ‘Scott didn’t exactly burn the bridge – he just sold it for a few million dollars.’
    I really like that quote !
    Is this ‘book thing’ a first for a press secretary ?
    And why would he throw everybody under the bus for a coupla (million)bucks ? Isn’t there some sort of ethics within a party…Should Clinton’s press secretary come out with a book?

  2. Fred

    Of course McClellan is a liar – they all are. If their address was our WH, then they are all liars, traitors, and terrorists in their own right. So Scotty wrote a book? Its a sure bet our beloved idiot in chief is not capable of reading it. Bush doesn’t ‘remember’ snorting cocaine? Do you right siders really believe that? Yeah, and Clinton didn’t inhale – yeah, sure. All the rats are jumping ship – Bush is toxic. I thank the right siders for making his downfall so very easy. You supported and revered an imbecile; now you get what you don’t deserve – you get your country back. I accept your apology.

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