This Jim Rutenberg piece in yesterday's NY Times, like most accounts of Bush's inner life, has just a touch of surreality to it. The piece is based on interviews conducted.
Like many Americans, I'm sure, I've cycled over the past seven years through the range of uncharitable conclusions about The Decider. "He's an idiot," I've said once or twice. "He's.
From today's NY Times (my emphasis): At a news conference that coincided with the report's release, President Bush said, ''I believe we should succeed in Iraq and I know we.
Bush just stated in his press conference that if the Iraqi government wants us to leave, we will leave. This echoes Sen. McConnell's previous comment I spoke of earlier that.
I assume that Rob may have more to say about this, but in the meantime allow me to point out that the Bush administration's foreign policy can be summed up.
I find George W. Bush's tendency to butcher presidential history one of his most irritating traits. Praising George Washington's unbreakable will, ability to stand up to multiple challenges, and belief.
I have to sympathize with Chris Bertram's comment on Scott McLemee's Solidarity Forever. The post is in reference to McLemee's interview with Danny Postrel at Inside Higher Ed. The substance.
Rodger points to Larry Diamond's op-ed in the LAT about the possibility of war with Iran. We've all learned that it's never sensible to discount the recklessness of this administration,.