How Bush Should Renovate the West Wing

With 1,200 days left in office, the President needs a Grand New Policy Proposal to take the focus off his second term slump

As the Harriet Miers burlesque unraveled last week, adding to a cacophony of presidential woes, I happened to check the calendar: it was only the first week of October 2005. George W. Bush's second term was less than nine months old. He has about 1,200 days left in office, a span greater than the entire length of John F. Kennedy's presidency. Time sure flies when you're having fun.

What an awful year for the President and the country. There was the failure...

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