Sunday, July 11, 2004
He is a uniter, after all!
As a theoretical physicist, you come to cherish those very few moments when a new idea makes everything snap into place. In politics it almost never happens, so we should be even more grateful. One such idea has been hit upon by John McKay's wife: George W. Bush doesn't want to be President any more. He'd be just as happy to lose. It all makes sense now. He never really wanted to be President in the first place; he only ran because God told him to. But he was never happy about it; more like a reluctant Orestes being egged on by Apollo to do all those nasty things.
The man has suffered enough for the greater good. He'd be happier on his pickup truck back in Crawford. It's really the least we can do for him, after all he's done for us.
p.s. I do have one question. Why is considered humble to think that you've been chosen by God? Doesn't that mean that you think God has chosen you personally, rather than somebody else? It's a funny approach to humility.