Sunday, March 19, 2006

Bush to keep all his staff..

Seems according to a local article that rumors of a "staff shake-up" have been put down.

Two people specifically I would like to see replaced is Michael Chertoff, and Alberto Gonzales, mostly Mr. Chertoff. His lack of effort along with President Bush's led to a horrendous disaster in which still has yet to be resolved. Yet Mr. Chertoff has seemingly stayed away from any blame being set upon him for Hurricane Katrina.

Mr. Gonzolas mostly for his avid defense of this domestic spying program and his push to sustain it.

There are many people that should/need to be replaced in the Bush administration. I don't have a doubt in my mind that Bush knows that some people needs to be replaced, he just doesn't want to admit he made a mistake in picking the wrong people for the job.


Blogger Steve said...

The Bush admin will always put on a strong front, but you can bet that behind the scenes there's some turmoil. They were never going to terminante Brown, but they sure did put the pressure on him to resign. I've read rumors of Chertoff leaving, but apparently the talking point memo going around now is state how great Chertoff is and that he's not going anywhere.

Check here for a little more on the story, which is odd because it seems that conservatives aren't a big fan of Chertoff either. Maybe trying to cleanse the Admin's name? Bush had absolute confidence in Brownie and we saw what happened there.

Mon Mar 20, 02:20:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Dustin said...

Per NPR, Andrew "I'm a Giant Prick" Card has resigned. It's very unusual for a Chief of Staff to hang around as long as he has.

While Card may be the most personally repugnant guy in the Administration (other than Rove, possibly), he's not the least competent. That's not saying much, obviously, but I'm surprised to see him go ahead of others.

Tue Mar 28, 08:44:00 AM 2006  
Blogger Steve said...

As one analyst put it, "It's like rearranging the deck chairs on the Titanic."

The Card resignation will do nothing for this administration.

Thu Mar 30, 03:34:00 PM 2006  

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