As I sat in the fourth row on Thursday, I was struck by the weirdly passive figure before me. He delivered lawyerly phrases and spoke of his anger about the oil spill but showed none in his voice or on his face. He was, presumably, there to show how aggressively he has handled the disaster, but he seemed cool, almost bloodless.Cool, almost bloodless. Like a zombie.
Saturday, May 29, 2010
I always suspected it
Dana Milbank, writing in the Washington Post: