Thursday, July 5, 2007

Bush's Pilot Suffers from Premature Commutation - Does Pfizer Have a Drug for That?

There's been some call for Bush to resign within the Pharma Blogosphere (see Peter Rost's post: "Mr. Bush - Please save this country: RESIGN!")

Some people are upset that Bush so quickly commuted the sentence of convicted felon Libby.

But don't blame Bush. I think the blame has to be put squarely on Bush's German "pilot."



Perhaps the pilot prematurely ran a program that was supposed to be run on the day normally set aside for presidential pardons; namely the last day of his term.

3 comments:

Pharma Giles said...

Utterly brilliant. It explains everything. Great find...

John Mack said...

It does explain a lot. Except I expected more from German engineering.

Pharma Giles said...

The driver is doing his best, but I suspect the vehicle was built in Taiwan on a "cheapest tender" basis...