Monday, January 12, 2004
Paul O'Neill, who was pushed out of the administration as treasury secretary because it was felt he was not a team player, says President Bush was so disengaged during Cabinet meetings that he was like a "blind man in a roomful of deaf people."I don't get it--wasn't O'Neill being a good "team player" when he said that the rise and fall of Enron simply demonstrated the "genius of capitalism"?
The Times should do a whole separate story about how O'Neill was "pushed out" on Election Night 2002--that was when he was "pushed out," in case you happened to miss the news coverage of that story that night.
I can't wait for the "mentally unbalanced" reports to come trickling forth...
Dawkins adds: Evidently, the source of this allegation, former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, is an Anti-Semite.