Wednesday, December 18, 2002

And while I'm on media handling, here's Josh:

Compare and contrast ...

"There is no precedent in any modern White House for what is going on in this one: a complete lack of a policy apparatus," DiIulio tells Esquire. "What you've got is everything—and I mean everything—being run by the political arm. It's the reign of the Mayberry Machiavellis"
-- Esquire, January 2003

The [decision over which side to take on the Michigan affirmative action case] is ultimately likely to be resolved by Bush's chief political strategist, Karl Rove, who is the architect of Bush's effort to broaden the GOP appeal to minorities.
-- Washington Post, December 18th, 2002

Looks like DiIulio had no idea what he was talking about ...
Of course, this is for the the five people left who don't think that this is the most political white house in decades. People thought that Cheney ran the show, but he doesn't.

Rove does.

And it shows.

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