<p>Quoting from Ron Suskind&#8217;s <a href="http://www.amazon.com/exec/obidos/tg/detail/-/0743255461/ref=lpr_g_1/002-9579760-2348060?v=glance&#38;s=books">&#8220;The Price of Loyalty&#8221;</a>:</p>

	<p>A month ago, when (then-Treasury Secretary Paul O&#8217;Neill) had said to Cheney that without a good policy process, all you had was &#8220;kids rolling around on the lawn,&#8221; he couldn&#8217;t have forseen that some of those &#8220;kids&#8221; would be experienced, ambitious men and women atop vast federal agencies, acting, in many cases, on little more than hunches about what the President might think&#8212;what he might have suggested with a nod or a wink during some presentation of options&#8212;or what he might, someday, be convinced was the right path, long after the U.S. government had already embarked on it.</p>

<p>Folks, the President&#8217;s grass stains are far, far more troubling than some other Presidential stains this crazy nation was so interested in several years ago.  Can&#8217;t you all see that?  Five weeks to go, people.</p>

<p>(Did you <strong>see</strong> that display last night?)    </p>