Government Accountability Chief Resigns

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… which is fine with Bush, to whom government accountability is an oxymoron anyway. But Walker’s assessment of the impact of the trillion-dollar war undoubtedly contributed to his undoing:

“Given the fact that significant progress has not been made in improving the living conditions of the Iraqis on a day-to-day basis with regard to things that all citizens care about — safe streets, clean water, reliable electricity, a variety of other basic things . . . I think you’d have to say it’s dysfunctional — the government is dysfunctional.”

I think he was talking about Iraq’s, but Bush’s certainly qualifies.

8:57 pm on February 15, 2008
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