But Ed Morrissey pretty much said it all. McClellan makes some very serious charges and those charges involved accounts of quite pervasive and long-lasting behavior. He appears to have known of such behavior for quite a while during his time in the Bush Administration and yet, he refused to resign in protest or disgust. I understand that he wants to make money and wants to ensure that he becomes an attractive figure on the speaking circuit, but it is a little difficult to take his protestations seriously when he never did anything to curb the bad behavior he supposedly witnessed when he had the chance to make a difference. I have a lot of disagreements with the Bush Administration, which has been a disappointment on a number of fronts. But I know opportunism when I see it.