George W. Bush continues to live in his own version of Bizarro World. Alberto Gonzales' "I don't recall" performance last Thursday is worthy of support since the embattled Attorney General said nothing and didn't embarrass anyone but himself; therefore to Bush, it's a "fine job" that ensures Gonzales will stay employed until (presumably) the next performance-related scandal erupts.
And I can't help but mention the recent Correspondents' Dinner, where Stephen Colbert's caustic and funny truth-to-power performance last year was erased by impressionist Rich Little doing nonoffensive schtick from decades past.
Although Sheryl Crow and Laurie David came off as pampered, condescending limousine liberals on REAL TIME WITH BILL MAHER recently (Ms. David made a too-lordly remark about "educating" the South re global warming), they didn't deserve the "I don't work for you--you're not Americans" scolding they received from Karl "MC" Rove at the Correspondents' Dinner.
Note to Karl Rove: when I see right-wing papers like the L.A. DAILY NEWS acknowledging Earth Day this year, maybe it's time to consider that the remaining 29% of diehard true-Bush-believers might contain a sizable number of people who might want to preserve the environment for the sake of their grandchildren and future generations to come.