Friday, November 16, 2007

Bush's Clever Cognitive Dissonance

By Robert Parry
November 16, 2007

So, George W. Bush sees himself as the great defender of the U.S. Constitution.

In a Nov. 15 speech to the right-wing Federalist Society, the President embraced the Constitution’s checks and balances as a vital protection against tyranny. And he demanded that federal judges act as fair referees, not political or ideological partisans.

Read on.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Cognitive dissonance is when you do one thing while thinking another, or hold two contradictory ideas without seeing the contradiction. Maybe some of his supporters are suffering from cognitive dissonance, but not Bush: what he is doing is plain old lying.