The Danger After Miers

The departure of the bastinadoed Harriet Miers does not take Bush off the hook

The fault was more the president's than hers.
photo: White House photo by Eric Draper whitehouse.gov
The fault was more the president's than hers.

The new danger is that in the general applause over the return to Texas of the hapless Harriet Miers, the press and senators on both sides of the aisle will not be asking the next candidate sufficiently piercing questions on whether this, or any, president can cast aside the separation of powers in the name of a national security that changes the very nature of this nation.

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