Read the rest here.
President Bush has decided to stay out of the lion's share of decisions made by his administration.
Sources close to the administration said that over the last year, Mr. Bush has chosen to focus on two issues, leaving the rest to be decided by Cabinet members and senior aides. They said the issues are Iraq and the Republican congressional campaign in the 2006 elections.
"Lots of important issues that deal with national security are never brought to the president because he doesn't want to deal with them," a source familiar with the White House said. "In some cases, this has resulted in chaos."
Tuesday, March 14, 2006
Jesus Christ. Please take me home, Lord.
I bring you the following. Read it and weep. Weep aloud if you voted for this clod because you were put off by John Kerry's effete frenchness, your dislike of his wife, or some other such piece of trivia that has nothing to do with anyone's ability to actually run a government. Read this, for it's your legacy as much as his.