Sunday, November 06, 2005

A "Roveless Bush"?

Time has an interesting piece by Mike Allen called "A White House Without Rove?" It begins:

He's weary. His wife and only child, who is approaching college, miss him. He has monstrous legal bills. His unique bond with the President is under stress. His most important work is done.

Karl Rove's colleagues don't know exactly when it will happen, but they are already laying out the reasons they will give for the departure of the man President George W. Bush dubbed the architect. A Roveless Bush seemed unthinkable just a few months ago. But that has changed as the President's senior adviser and deputy chief of staff remains embroiled in the CIA leak scandal.

Read on. It's good

AMERICAblog: "It's just great that Karl is causing a lot of the damage to Bush now. How ironic. He built Bush and now he's destroying him." That might be a bit of an exaggeration, but it's undeniable that Rove is hurting Bush. How much remains the big question, but it's likely better for Democrats that he remain in the public eye.

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