Saturday, April 28, 2007

Why doesn't the President demand the same sort of loyalty from his appointees that he gives to them? George Tenet, was a Democrat who was originally appointed by Bill Clinton. He was routinely criticized by both Democrats and Republicans during his tenure, especially Richard Shelby who said numerous times that Tenet should be fired. Instead, the President keeps him, gives him an undeserved Medal of Freedom, and he repays the President by writing a tell-all criticizing this administration. Bush's biggest weakness is cronyism in hiring decisions. The worst part (see Brownie) is they are not even loyal in return.


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