Monday, December 20, 2004

You go to war with the signature machines you have 

There's a pleasing mini-firestorm building over unindicted felon (back) Donald Rumseld's nasty habit of using a signature machine to rubberstamp the letters of condolence to the families of troops who were killed in Bush's war of choice in Iraq.

Personally, I think the controversy is a little overblown and off-point—heck, is Rummy busy? All the time! Doing manly/Godly stuff? You bet!—and in any case, the story broke way, way back in November.

Of course, the really interesting thing about the original November story is that not only do the families say that Rummy's signature looks rubberstamped, they say that Radio Boy's looks rubberstamped too.

Funny, nobody's raising that issue. I wonder why?

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