Wednesday, April 19, 2006

We Don't Want Them, You Take Them

Some had speculated that Press Secretary Scott McClellan would be the next to go, and I thought they were crazy. Well, they were crazy... like a fox.

Scott McClellan "resigned" today and is probably coming back to Texas. Those same people that thought McClellan was going to resign have thought he would come back to help on mom's campaign (One tough four named grandma), and I have to admit that is a major possibility.

The article also announces that Karl Rove will be working with diminished capacity.
In another move in an ongoing shakeup of the White House staff, longtime confidant and adviser Karl Rove is giving up oversight of policy development to focus more on politics with the approach of the fall midterm elections, a senior administration official said Wednesday.
Is this a sign? Can we expect the resignation of Rove soon? Will he simply work to "ensure that the House remains in Republican control"?

While Rove is out saving the Republican party from itself, the new acting deputy chief of staff is Joel Kaplan. Kaplan is the White House's deputy budget director and will be filling both roles for now.


At 8:59 AM, Blogger CouldBeTrue said...


Who were these crazy people. You didn't say. Strayhorn to get help?


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