So the political earthquake continues in Washington as the rank-and-file true believers decide they can no longer trust the Administration with what they want.Thus the Meiers controversy is not seen as a "flap" but as a "last straw." A representative of the American Conservative Union is quoted in today's Washington Post saying something to the effect that they will no longer be taking Bush's word for it.I believe that Bush's team never really believed the rhetoric they had Bush spout - it was all just a means to an end: to power (and money). Kind of like Bush's first speech once he was finally elected (sorry, he was selected the first go-around), pledging a world-wide revolution in democracy, only to have his advisers back-pedal everything he said in the ensuing days.So some in the right are tasting for the first time what most in the left have maintained all along: BUSH LIES.