The NY Times reports:

The prospect of a White House without Mr. Rove, Mr. Bush’s longtime strategist, has some allies of the president in a near panic, fearful that without him the administration would lose the one person capable of enforcing discipline across a party that has become increasingly fractious and that is almost at war with itself over the president’s nomination of Harriet E. Miers to the Supreme Court.

The worm is turning. Let’s remain optimistic that the worst harm has been done, and brighter days are on the horizon.

Update [2005-10-14 9:10:28 by BooMan]: For a belly laugh:

“In my administration,” Bush told voters in Pittsburgh in October 2000, “we will ask not only what is legal but what is right, not what the lawyers allow but what the public deserves.”

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