Wednesday, October 31, 2007
Famous Author of "A Charge To Keep" retires from White House
Famous author Karen Hughes is retiring from Bu$hco's White House staff. She was appointed by Duhbya as counseler to the president from 2001 to 2002 and has been called the most powerful woman to serve in the White House.
Since the 1990s, Hughes has worked with George W. Bush :first as director of communications while he was governor of Texas, from 1995 to 2000, and then as counselor to the president from 2001 to 2002, while he was President of the United States.
Conservative commentator Tucker Carlson once said of Hughes, "I've obviously been lied to a lot by campaign operatives, but the striking thing about the way she lied was she knew I knew she was lying, and she did it anyway. There is no word in English that captures that. It almost crosses over from bravado into mental illness." Hughes is the credited co-author of Bush's 1999 memoir...
A Charge To Keep
The book was originally authored by, Mickey Herskowitz, but Bu$hco was unhappy of the image it portrayed, especially about Duhbya 's avoidance of the draft.
According to Mickey Herskowitz, who was ghost writing for George W Bush's book, "A Charge To Keep", Dubya was planning on going to war with Iraq. long before he ever took office.
Exclusive: Bush Wanted To Invade Iraq If Elected in 2000
By Russ Baker Wed, 27 Oct 2004
Two years before 9/11, candidate Bush was already talking privately about attacking Iraq, according to his former ghost writer
Houston: Two years before the September 11 attacks, presidential candidate George W. Bush was already talking privately about the political benefits of attacking Iraq, according to his former ghost writer, who held many conversations with then-Texas Governor Bush in preparation for a planned autobiography.