Did you see Keith Olbermann and Howard Fineman have some fun at GWB's expense last night?
OLBERMANN: And very briefly, the tone of the president�s news conference today, your assessment of that?
FINEMAN: All you got to do is look at those pursed lips and that smirk. Talk about smirks that Bill Clinton was talking about with Chris Wallace, George Bush has his own version. He was using it today. That means he�s�he feels, he feels under, under attack right now (INAUDIBLE).
OLBERMANN: Yes, sure. There are smirks and then there are smirks.
FINEMAN: The presidential smirks, yes.
OLBERMANN: Howard Fineman of �Newsweek� and MSNBC, who never smirks with us. Many thanks, as always, sir.
Looks like the Repukies can fool some of the people some of the time but they can't fool all the voters all of the time. President Clinton looked great when he caught smirking Chris Wallace in the act of daring to question the Clinton Administration's pursuit of OBL until 1-21-2001. Bushbots are up in arms about President Clinton's stand because they realize Bush can't pick up R voters any more just by saying the magic word, "9-11". Did you notice that President Clinton's choice of the term "smirk" associates Wallace with GWB?