Schorr, Daniel, The New Leader (Online)
FOR ALL practical purposes, President Bush's tenure can be said to have ended, even though he will not leave office until January 20, 2009.
He retains his constitutional prerogatives. He can veto, but not enact. He can pardon, but not reinstate. And he can make war, but not indefinitely pay for that war.
His problem is not that his opponents oppose him, it is that his onetime supporters, in dismaying numbers, no longer support him. The Republican Senators slip away, one at a time - foreign policy dean Richard G. Lugar of Indiana . . . George V Voinovich of Ohio . . . Pete V Domenici of New Mexico . . . and there will be more. Domenici told National Public Radio he was …
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Publication information: Article title: Bye-Bye Bush. Contributors: Schorr, Daniel - Author. Magazine title: The New Leader (Online). Volume: 90. Issue: 3/4 Publication date: May-August 2007. Page number: 3. © The New Leader Jan/Feb 2007. Provided by ProQuest LLC. All Rights Reserved.