Digby says,

“Throughout the campaign, as George W. Bush assured us that George W. Bush was “a leader because he could lead,” (while others were quietly winking about the “grown-ups” keeping the frat boy out of trouble) I kept wondering,” What will George W. Bush do when his grown-ups disagree?” How does a man like this make such a decision? How will someone with so little experience with responsibility — someone who doesn’t have even have an interest in understanding the complexities of making life and death decisions — how does someone like this weigh competing interests, particularly since he doesn’t appear to have developed even a Reaganesque set of basic principles to which he can always refer for simple guidance? “

Maybe I’ll stop posting for the night so you can go read the whole thing. It’s just great!