Monday, April 10, 2006

“Wild speculation”

Bush on media reports that his administration is considering nuclear strikes against Iran:

"And by the way, I read the articles in the newspapers this weekend. It was just wild speculation, by the way. What you're reading is wild speculation. Which is, kind of a -- you know, happens quite frequently here in the nation's capital."
Hmmm...
wild (adj) – based on little or no evidence or probability; unfounded

speculation (n) – a message expressing an opinion based on incomplete evidence
Imagine that. The President accusing others of expressing opinions based on little, incomplete, or no evidence. Iraq and WMDs, anyone?

He’s right. It does happen a lot in the nation’s capital.

1 comment:

Tim said...

President Bush, Please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran, please don't attack Iran.

Peace,

Tim