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“Never explain, never apologize”

John Dickerson, writing in Slate:

When you nearly commit homicide as a public official shouldn’t the honor of your office compel you to stand up and explain yourself in some fashion, at least say something in a press release and not just whisper it to a Texas rancher?

You would think so.

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  1. Anonymous

    Right. And every person who ever “nearly committed homicide” by driving under the influence or nearly hitting a pedestrian through inattention is saying “There but for the grace of God go I”. In the Red States people hunt. They’re saying the same thing today.

  2. Specks

    Chumpicide on behalf of the poster boy for gun control.

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