August 07, 2005

Ticking Away the Moments That Make Up a Dull Day

Dear Time, check your assumptions:

After six months as Secretary of State, she has seized control over U.S. foreign policy. Now comes her toughest test--finding a way out of Iraq.

It's not about how to get out, it's about winning. Until you grasp that, the actions of the administration are never going to make sense to you.

Posted by Charles Austin at August 7, 2005 07:44 PM

So now the NYT thinks that *they* are the ones who get to assign tasks to the State Dept?

I think that they also need to grasp that it's the President who makes the assignments, before things will start making sense to them.

Posted by: ray at 10:34 PM