Sunday, November 27, 2005

"Fireside Chat" Not A Bad Idea

Senator John Warner (R-Va.) suggests that President Bush borrow the old "fireside chat" from FDR to keep the public updated on the progress in Iraq.

Sen. John Warner, R-Va., recalled that during World War II, President Franklin
D. Roosevelt often went on the radio in “fireside chats” to explain to the
nation in detail the conduct of the war in Europe and Asia.
“I think it would
be to Bush’s advantage,” said Warner, who served in the Navy during the war.

Ol' BC agrees. For some reason, Dubya doesn't want to point out the successes and the overwhelming support we receive from the Iraqis themselves. He continues to allow the MSM to distort and misrepresent what goes on in Iraq, thus driving down his already low approval ratings. It's time for him to take a stand.

Just a thought.


At 10:05 PM, Blogger RightWingRocker said...

I dunno, Ol' BC ...

The strategy of giving the Donks plenty of rope with which to hang themselves worked pretty well on the intelligence thing.

I have no idea what the reasons are here, but hopefully it's the same deal.



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