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Sunday, April 18, 2004  

Get ready for the Woodward assault. Trying to steal some of 60 Minutes' thunder tonight, the Washington Post has all kinds of Bob.

Excerpt on Rove:

"The good news for us is that Dean is not the nominee," Rove now argued to an associate in his second-floor West Wing office. Dean's unconditional opposition to the Iraq war could have been potent in a face-off with Bush. "One of Dean's strengths, though, was he could say, I'm not part of that crowd down there."

No kidding? Gee, I wonder who knew that was a lie a year ago? (Answer: the entire liberal blogosphere.) And on Iraq:

More than a year before -- on Nov. 21, 2001 -- Bush had told Rumsfeld that he wanted to develop a plan for war in Iraq. Since that time the defense secretary had been working closely with Gen. Tommy R. Franks, head of the U.S. Central Command, and other U.S. commanders, as well as Bush and other members of the war cabinet to develop a plan even as Bush pursued diplomacy through the United Nations.

It's going to be an interesting week.

posted by Jeff | 11:49 AM |
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