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  •  OMFG (0+ / 0-)

    The unusual part is that some GOoPers actually convinced Bush this will turn things around.

      rotflmfao

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    by condoleaser on Tue Mar 28, 2006 at 05:46:34 AM PST

    •  The RedState reaction (9+ / 0-)

      http://www.redstate.com/...

      Rumored for a month, it is about time Mr. Card resigned. We are looking forward to Mr. Bolten's tenure in the office of White House Chief of Staff. Mr. Bolten has been in the Office of Management and Budget where he has privately been a reasonable voice willing to control spending. We have been disappointed with the budget process as led by the White House, but we understand that Mr. Bolten favors more restraints and executive action to control and cut spending than Mr. Card ever did.

      The President appears to have listened to those who think the White House needs new blood and new ideas. Mr. Bolten has been a forward thinker and we welcome him to the job. While the President suffers from lame duck syndrome and a stagnant administration at present, we should remember that at this point in his administration, Reagan was the same way. He then picked a new Chief of Staff, turned a corner, and revitalized his Presidency.

      We hope for the same from President Bush.

      (emphasis added).

      Mmmm, KoolAid. Trust Dear Leader. Dear Leader knows what is good for you. Dear Leader will make everything better.

      -dms

      •  new blood (1+ / 0-)
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        hahaha. I just posted below that the comments are already starting about his not being new blood and not what people had in mind to change things. Heard from news guy on MSNBC.

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        by OLinda on Tue Mar 28, 2006 at 06:05:51 AM PST

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      •  One other sentence I should have bolded (0+ / 0-)

        He then picked a new Chief of Staff, turned a corner, and revitalized his Presidency.

        Do they really believe that anybody besides political junkies actually care who the Chief of Staff is?

        Ditch Rumsfeld or Cheney; then, maybe, you'd see some effect.

        -dms

      •  Here is another reason why (1+ / 0-)
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        who threw da cat

        nobody in this administration should ever quit.  On the way out, they will dump blame for every problem on you.  The budget deficit is Andy Card's fault?  Good analysis RedState.  It would be ridiculous to blame a Republican congress for sucha thing.

        So I see only tatters of clearness through a pervading obscurity - Annie Dillard -6.88, -5.33

        by illinifan17 on Tue Mar 28, 2006 at 06:45:26 AM PST

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    •  and this core (0+ / 0-)

      group mostly consists of Kool Aid Swilling Bushians in need of Political Detox. LOL

      Carry the battle to them. Don't let them bring it to you. Put them on the defensive and don't ever apologize for anything. - Harry S. Truman

      by wishingwell on Tue Mar 28, 2006 at 08:08:10 AM PST

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