Yesterday’s devastating NY Times story about how the Administration overruled its own experts in believing the theory that the aluminum tubes were parts for uranium-enrichment centrifuges made things hard for Team Bush. But Condi Rice’s comment to the Washington Post (Correction: her comment on ABC as reported by the Post) didn’t make them any easier:
I guess President CEO isn’t the only one in his administration who can’t tell the difference between delegation and abdication. But then, Machiavelli pointed out a long time ago that it is impossible for a leader who is not himself wise to be well advised. How could he tell?