Monday, October 09, 2006

Remember: Don't go for Papua New Guinea

too soon in the game.

In State of Denial, Bob Woodward recounts a conversation between then-Gov. George W. Bush and then-Saudi ambassador to the U.S. Prince Bandar, in which Bush wonders why he should care about North Korea. “I get these briefings on all parts of the world,” Bush said, “and everybody is talking to me about North Korea.”

And then Bush realized he had marshalled all of his forces in Andorra.


More unmitigated stupidity here.