Sunday, December 19, 2004

What the Kerik story tells us about Bush (hswib)

Josh Marshall finds the insight from an article in the Times.
"It's a great example -- almost a morality play -- of one of the key flaws in the president's leadership. He gets clear first impressions and makes judgments based on instinct. And then there's almost no follow-up, no challenging instinct with the harsh light of facts. And certainly no accountability. More often than the not, or course, the instinct turns out to just be wrong. As with Iraq, and Putin's soul and now Kerik."

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