05 April 2006

The price of loyalty

Andrew Sullivan, now that he's flipped a bit and decided he doesn't like W after all, says that the Bush Administration is too tired to think.
The Washington Post says Card gets up every day at 4.20am, gets to his office at 5.30am, has his first staff meeting at 7.30am and works flat out until he gets home at 9pm. He takes calls at home until 11pm. He has kept this schedule for more than five years.
Yeah, any presidential administration works hard, but nobody gets a break under Bush.
To give you a sense of his longevity, the previous two two-term presidents, Reagan and Clinton, had eight chiefs of staff between them.
Interesting.

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