The Ana Log: Nov. 20, 2006

From her Washington base camp, ANA MARIE COX dishes the dirt on D.C. This week a special "Least Powerful Men in Washington" edition--a look at who lost the most in last week's tide-turning election.

KARL ROVE Suddenly, "Bush's Brain" doesn't seem like a compliment. The President told reporters after the election that Rove was winning their informal reading contest--"I obviously was working harder in the campaign than he was." The gibe was met with uncomfortable chuckles. (As Homer Simpson might say, "It's funny because it's true!") Campaign workers fault Rove for getting into the game late; his vaunted "72-hour project" turned...

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