Saturday, September 17, 2005

Karl Rove in Charge?

Can anyone help me out with this?

"Republicans said Karl Rove, the White House deputy chief of staff and Mr. Bush's chief political adviser, was in charge of the reconstruction effort, which reaches across many agencies of government and includes the direct involvement of Alphonso R. Jackson, secretary of housing and urban development."

Scary thought. It's a quote from the 9/15 edition of the NY Times, and everyone seems to be taking it seriously, but I haven't been able to find confirmation elsewhere. Karl Rove in charge? Who are these "Republicans" who said this?

1 comment:

dennis said...

Peter, Bill Maher's way of putting it is: "Does Bush know more than three people?"
A strong comparison with Hitler is in order. A leader who can trust no one except his tiny coterie, commanders who could not act in the field without his orders, and everyone in his regime afraid to make a move while he is out of town. It was the undoing of Germany and that is what we must understand we have, against our wishes. The situation is intolerable for me.