And That's That, Eh?
Over at the Corner, it's onward and---umm---upward. Rich Lowry points the way:
Many things we learned about Harriet Miers that didn't directly have to do with her suitability for the court tell us she's an extraordinary lady--loyal, discrete, careful, generous to her church and those around her. She has proven again this morning her selflessness. It's a shame that the president put her in the untenable position he did, but this whole business will soon be forgotten and she will continue to serve the president loyally as WH counsel.Soon be forgotten? This debacle did not happen in a vacuum. Nor did Iraq. Nor Katrina. We keep learning that "their roots connect them." How will we learn it next, and how painful will the lesson be?