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Old March 6th 04, 05:55 PM
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Default The case for Bush is the case against him

From Slate


From foreign to economic to social policy, Bush's record is a lesson in
the limits and perils of conviction. He's too confident to consult a
map. He's too strong to heed warnings and too steady to turn the wheel
when the road bends. He's too certain to admit error, even after plowing
through ditches and telephone poles. He's too preoccupied with principle
to understand that principle isn't enough. Watching the stars instead of
the road, he has wrecked the budget and the war on terror. Now he's
heading for the Constitution. It's time to pull him over and take away
the keys.