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Thursday, February 23, 2006

It's time to wake our drowsy king

Posted by: Hammer / 10:02 AM

Turning control over operations at six major U.S. ports? Don't wake the president (AP):

The disclosure of the negotiated conditions came as the White House acknowledged President Bush was unaware of the pending sale until the deal had been already approved by his administration.

A major U.S. city is flooding, thousands are trapped, and you think the guy in charge is more Nero than hero? Don't wake the president (CNN/Time):

Minnesota Republican Norm Coleman said Chertoff "failed the President" by not informing him of the doubts he had about then-Federal Emergency Management Agency head Michael Brown. The "Brownie, you're doing a heck of a job" comment came a day after Chertoff says that he had begun to question Brown's ability.

Vice President accidentally shoots a man? Don't wake the president (International Herald Tribune):

The answer given was that Card had called to tell the president about the accident at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, without knowing of Cheney's involvement, and that Karl Rove, the White House deputy chief of staff, had then spoken to Armstrong. Rove, the e-mail message said, "then called the president shortly before 8 p.m. EST to update him and let him know the vice president had accidentally shot Mr. Whittington."

Harry Truman: the buck stops here

George Bush: no one told me there was a buck. Did Cheney shoot it?


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