The Bush White House is seeking a "war czar" to oversee the war in Iraq, as well as the forgotten war in Afghanistan.
So a few things stand out for me about this:
1. As Commander-in-Chief, isn't George W. Bush supposed to be the "war czar?" That's HIS job. But in asking for a war czar, he's admitting that he's a miserable failure who has lost two wars, and that he needs someone to do his job for him.
2. CBS News reports that currently, there are no takers for the war czar position. According to a CBS report, the Washington Post says that at least three retired four-star generals were approached by the White House about the job, and they all declined to be considered for the position.