Friday, September 22, 2006


Rangel Pressed On Lame-Duck Cabinet Post

President Bush's poll numbers may have made a small gain this week due to Hugo Chavez' visit to the U.N., but it's time for the President to get real and enter strategy sessions to plan for his post-November lame-duckery as well as reward those who recently gave rescue efforts to his presidency. That is why George Bush should ask Charlie Rangel (D-NY) to sit on his upcoming lame-duck cabinet.

Not only should this appointment make his cabinet a more united and "not a divider" one, helping to create a scent of populism never before experienced in the Oval Office, but it will also take Charlie off the long waiting roll of Democratic House chairmanships that could spill out any week now.

Mr. President, think about it.

cc: Hit & Run, Redstate

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