Way back in 2003, (as Brad Delong reminds us often enough), Daniel Drezner asked the following question:
Can anyone, particularly the rather more Bush-friendly recent arrivals to the board, give me one single example of something with the following three characteristics:
1. It is a policy initiative of the current Bush administration
2. It was significant enough in scale that I’d have heard of it (at a pinch, that I should have heard of it)
3. It wasn’t in some important way completely fucked up during the execution.
Well, can you?
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His declaration of national importance of character week? (AKA irony week)