Thursday, February 17, 2005


More proof that the Bush administration's vetting process is actually an elaborate, late night White House drinking game, played by staffers who debate--between sips--which conservative pols Democrats are likely to find most offensive.

At the end of the night, whoever emerges as the surest to be loathed by progressives gets nominated to the highest administration post currently vacant.

(It makes more sense, anyway, than the theory that the Bushies are actually hiring the most qualified people they can find.)

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