Scott McClellan should have only been a small blip in American history. As of last week, his name will be mentioned along with Woodward and Bernstein, attached to the final downfall of a president. It does not matter if McClellan’s book “What Happened” is the truth or a lie. His story, his truth and, depending how the pundits spin McClellan’s truth, may remove the last safety blocks from under the Bush legacy. It may not be a threatened impeachment, but it is close. It is the loss of trust in our president.
McClellan’s book shows an informed, warranted change of mind
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