Wednesday, April 19, 2006

Dubya has not forgiven...

One look at the Time magazine profile of Harriet Miers, and it doesn't take much to realize that President Bush feels he has a score to settle.
Back at Bush's side, Miers is one of the dwindling number of longtime Texas confidants still at the White House at this time of upheaval. The loyalty is reciprocal--Bush was still hot months later about how she was treated, viewing her as a victim of snobby élitists. To White House officials, Miers is a quiet workaholic who got an inexcusably raw deal.

This is a President who believes in loyalty to his people. Payback for the Borking of Harriet Miers will come. It's just a question of when.

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