A study in personalities:
The subject of Winston Churchill inspired Bush's self-reflection. The president confided to Roberts that he believes he has an advantage over Churchill, a reliable source with access to the conversation told me. He has faith in God, Bush explained, but Churchill, an agnostic, did not. Because he believes in God, it is easier for him to make decisions and stick to them than it was for Churchill. Bush said he doesn't worry, or feel alone, or care if he is unpopular. He has God.
It's wonderful to live a life where you never have to reflect or admit a mistake.
What did you mean when you [Cheney] wrote, in a note to Scott McClellan that has been entered into evidence, "not going to protect one staffer PLUS sacrifice the guy
the Pres. that was asked to stick his head in the meat grinder because of incompetence of others."
So who do you think he was referring to when he wrote "Pres" in this note? I think he was referring to himself.
This is an open thread.