Wednesday, December 21, 2005

The governing philosophy of schoolyard rules

S&M at the Congress

I'm a bit creeped out by his S&M analogy, but that's just the prude in me. The Post's William Arkin explains how the whole "briefing the Congress" thing works.

Although it really sounds to me more like "pants-ing the Congress" than "briefing the Congress." They are left with their pants pulled down, humiliated and shamed, their pitiful junk hanging in the wind, while the White House points, laughs, and make sure the rest of the crowd knows who is in charge.


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