I met some of the soldiers who had been housed in Building 18. I was disturbed by their accounts of what went wrong. It is not right to have someone volunteer to wear our uniform and not get the best possible care. I apologize for what they went through, and we're going to fix the problem."I apologize for what they went through," is not enough of an apology if you ask me. Where's the mea culpa? Where's the admonition of staff? Where does the buck stop?
This leads me to to...drum roll please...
Windspike's Weekend Presidential Apology Apothecary
- If you were to prescribe a particular apology as a speech writer for Mr. GW Bush, what would your Rx be?