Notes on the Atrocities
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Saturday, June 28, 2003  

Mary has some fascinating analysis about George W. Bush's shoddy oversight of Texas executions.

How much of it is because Bush really doesn't want to worry about the details? He prides himself on his decisiveness, but this can be a very bad trait when the decisions are made without insight and/or thoughtfulness. For Bush, it seems to be yet one more case where a basically lazy and unreflective man relies on his gut feelings and his supreme self-confidence in his own capabilities. That and the fact that God tells him what to do.

I don't promote The Watch as often as I ought to. Great blog.

posted by Jeff | 9:35 PM |
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