Friday, October 21, 2005

How Bush Can Get Back on Track

The Wall Street Journal's Daniel Henninger has a compelling article about how President Bush could recapture the momentum in light of his recent stumbles.

Henninger recommends four steps: Withdraw the Miers nomination and replace her with Judge Edith Jones of the Fifth Circuit, make a personal address to the Iraqi parliament in Baghdad, nominate a successor to Alan Greenspan (whose term ends in January), and take a firm position on spending.

It is a tough formula, but one that would work, and one President Bush can pull off.

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