. . . Wednesday May 26, 2004

Spinning Sanchez

Earlier this week, the Bush administration made the decision to replace Lt. Gen. Ricardo Sanchez as the top military man in Iraq. The timing is odd given the upcoming transition of power. But it’s less odd given the prison scandals and the flow of bad news from Baghdad.

I actually saw a Republican congressman on Hardball explain that the replacement of Sanchez should be viewed as yet another example of the depth of talent we have in the military.

I still think this thing will touch Rummy before it’s over. It’s already being reported as a more widespead problem than we’ve been led to believe and it’s rapidly moving up the chain. Stay tuned.

Concentration is important!