He Got Out While the Getting Was Good

Back in those heady days of late summer 2002, Andrew Card, then the president's chief of staff, told The New York Times why the much-anticipated push for war in Iraq hadn't yet arrived. "You don't introduce new products in August," he said, sounding like the mouthpiece for the Big Three automakers he once was. Sure enough, with an efficiency Detroit can only envy, the manufactured aluminum tubes and mushroom clouds rolled off the White House assembly line ... Full Story »

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Polly Briley
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by Polly Briley - Oct. 1, 2008

As usual, Frank Rich provides the biting commentary needed in this frenzy of Rove accolades.

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