Monday, March 22, 2004

Dubya's amazing ability to Alienate his Advisors

Paul O'Neill's book certainly didn't portray Dubya in a positive light. And O'Neill's dismal view appears to be reinforced by Richard Clarke's new book. Mr. Clarke was an anti-terrorism adviser to Reagan, the first president Bush, Clinton, and Dubya.

Mr. Clarke claims this administration was fixated on Iraq from the beginning, exactly the same claim made by O'Neill. And Mr. Clarke's professional assessment is that Dubya has done a terrible job in fighting the war on terror.

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