Lorie Byrd has some ideas about how
The Decider The Repeater can rally the nation to his beleaguered cause:
The time to capture the attention of the American people is not at 10:30 in the morning. A prime time television address, or preferably a series of addresses, is the only way to get an unfiltered message through to a large segment of public.
My thoughts exactly. If we’ve learned anything about the second term of George Walker Bush, it’s that a series of prime-time meditations on the subject of victory in The ‘Raq have predictably buoyant consequences for both the war itself and the preznit’s political fortunes.