Always right


When he’s right, he’s right.
When he’s not right, he’s right.
When he’s misinformed, he’s right.
When he’s uninformed, he’s right.

Which means:

If we’re right, and he’s right, then we’re both right.
If we’re wrong, and he’s right, then he’s right.
If we’re right, and he’s wrong, then he’s right.
If we’re misinformed, and he’s wrong, then he’s right.
If we’re misinformed, and he’s right, then he’s right.
If we’re uninformed, and he’s wrong, then he’s right.
If we’re uninformed, and he’s right, then he’s right.

It’s very simple, Grasshopper.

“The president is always right.”
–Steven Bradbury, head of the Justice Department’s office of legal counsel

Hat tip to Atrios.

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One Response to “Always right”

  1. Kevin Wolf Says:

    I usually have to experience Bush directly to get this awful a headache but you’ve managed to do that to me at one remove.

    Impressive.

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