Re: "Civil War in the Republican Party on Nov. 3"
- From the article:
"I've never lived around poor people," Wallis remembers Bush
saying. "I don't know what they think. I really don't know what they
think. I'm a white Republican guy who doesn't get it. How do I get
it?" Wallis recalls replying, "You need to listen to the poor and
those who live and work with poor people."
Tragic. What more can I say. I've always wanted to read Suskind's "A
Hope in the Unseen" but never got a chance. It's an awesome book.
It's probably less dramatic than Finding Forrester, but it was still
a happy ending story: