The fiction of leadership!
Dick tell-it-like-it isn’t Cheney has a new memoir out. Readers are guaranteed one of the best books of fiction this year – surpassing his previous boss, George W’s book. BTW, did you read George W’s account of his thinking on 9/11 when he sat in a classroom of kids. Ya’ gotta read the excerpt from his book. It’s a joke.
If Dick’s book is based on his patented selective memory, his handling of Lewis “Scooter” Libby and his political interviews replete with endless “don’t recalls,” it promises to be a blockbuster of political intrigue, blatant bullshit and great lies.
Check out the story where Dick gives his account of the decision to go to war in Iraq, made in the Oval Office by … well, you be the judge. But you will want to read George W’s account of the exact same event in his book, Decision Points. It is perhaps the most important political, economic and life threatening decision made in the last twenty years. A story about one president, one war, and one enormous decision, and what do we get – over ten years later – two guys telling two different stories of this historic event. Do you fecken’ believe it (DYFBI)? Even now, they can’t get their bullshit straight and write good fiction.