Wednesday, September 21, 2005
The National Enquirer's web site has an explosive, shocking story about President Bush's drinking:
"The war in Iraq, the loss of American lives, has deeply affected him. He takes every soldier's life personally. It has left him emotionally drained," [said a Washington source].
"When the levees broke in New Orleans, it apparently made him reach for a shot," said one insider.
Of course, we don't believe a word of it: George Bush takes every life personally? Right. Tell that to Mrs. Sheehan. And as far as Katrina goes -- guess that means the levees breaking upset him enough to drink but not to, you know, do anything about it.