Saturday, September 15, 2007

Alan Greenspan's "The Age of Turbulence"

Alan Greenspan has finally come forth to share his experiences with the Bush Administration and the Republican majority. This is a welcome blast of light shining on the super secret world of George Bush's Washington. Unfortunately it comes about six years too late. Tremendous damage has been done in those six years that might have been averted had he been willing to speak out while he was in office.

In his new book, "The Age of Turbulence: Adventures in a New World," to be released Monday, Greenspan "is harshly critical of President Bush, Vice-President Cheney and the Republican controlled Congress, as abandoning their party's principles on spending and deficits." For anyone who has been paying attention, these observations have been blatantly obvious from the beginning of the Bush regime. But coming from Greenspan, a man of enormous public esteem and a self described Libertarian Republican, they suddenly take on more gravitas and credibility, and will hopefully help to frame the utter corruption of the Republican Party and promote a clean sweep of the "evildoers" in '08.

New York Times front page review of "The Age of Turbulence" here.

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