. . . Tuesday April 20, 2004

Kurtz on how the White House is handling (or not handling) Woodward: “Administration officials can’t exactly give him the Paul O’Neill or Richard Clarke treatment — not when POTUS is his source-in-chief. They can’t say he doesn’t know what he’s talking about when Bush encouraged other officials to cooperate with the Washington Post author. They can’t accuse Bestseller Bob of excessive spinning because he writes in a very straightforward, here’s-what-happened-next style.”

Bush and Cheney are even recommending the book on their website.

Concentration is important!