Cocaine Madness

Tuesday, September 07, 2004

A new book, The Family: The Real Story of the Bush Dynasty,
claims President Bush -- on more than one occasion -- snorted cocaine while serving in the National Guard, and his wife Laura at one point experimented with pot in her youth. Author Kitty Kelley has compiled a bag full of quotes in a case against the president including one from Bush's former sister-in-law Sharon who claims: "Bush did coke at Camp David when his father was President, and not just once either." Another source reveals that a younger Bush "liked to sneak out back for a joint or into the bathroom for a line of cocaine."

Regardless of whether or not any of these allegations and "family claims" are true, The Family will become an instant bestseller and take the place of Unfit For Command atop the New York Times Best-Seller List, suggesting this year's campaign season will turn out to be one most vicious in our nation's history.

For the last year the best selling books have been the ones oozing the most mud. Liberals are already licking their chops though I'd like to hear one of them make an argument that both criticizes one president's decision to do coke in college and justifies another president's decision to cheat on his wife in his executive years, embarrassing an entire country in the process.