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White house pariah

Consternation about Mr. Scott McClellan’s revelations is settling but not before being castigated as a “miserable, disgruntled and sour grapes” individual.

The same labels perhaps may describe the castigators after getting over their upset. The brave and refreshing revelations disclose what has long been suspected by a small population but not confirmed.

The American public has and continues to be fed pap and on occasion delusional propaganda as “truth.” Over time, Mr. McClellan recognized and acknowledged that this indeed was fact.

From the “Wilson-Palm” CIA affair to the American-Iraq war, Mr. McClellan was prevaricating to the American public with material given by his associates who in turn are the prevaricators.

President Bush stated: “That is not the McClellan I know.” No doubt the same works for Mr. McClellan in that Bush had become different from their pre-presidential association.

Americans want, deserve and welcome the “truth.”

The pap and propaganda spoken by Mr. McClellan was not the truth. Thank you, Mr. McClellan, for casting light like a bit of fresh air on the dark, deep doings of the Bush machine and hopefully doing away with the colossal “bamboozlement” of the American public.

M. Andre

Grass Valley

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