Atrios at Eschaton directs us to the Kerry-Edwards web site for this:

Who did he mean when Bush said there were some appointments he wish he hadn't made, that were mistakes?

Because you know that Bush will always find someone else to blame. After all, he's only the President of the United States, appointed by God and Big Tony Scalia, so how could it possibly be his fault? Has to be the doings of those nasty senators from the minority party who went along with him. Or, in this case, the people Dick Cheney made him appoint.

During the second presidential debate, Bush was asked to “give three instances in which you came to realize you had made a wrong decision, and what you did to correct it.” Bush refused to answer the question directly, but he did imply he was unhappy with someone in his administration: “I made some mistakes in appointing people, but I'm not going to name them. I don't want to hurt their feelings on national TV.”

Ahhh, isn't that nice, he doesn't want to hurt their feelings.
And who are they?

The following is a list of contenders. Their profiles and reasons why they should be fired, publicly humiliated, tarred, feather, and forced out of town on an Amtrak local are at the Kerry-Edwards web site and you can vote for your top pick. Unfortunately, the way it's set up, you can't vote for all of them.

Colin Powell
Condi Rice
Donald Rumsfeld
Paul Wolfowitz
Paul Bremer
John Ashcroft
Tom Ridge
Tommy Thompson
Gregory Mankiw
Elaine Chao
John Snow
Rod Paige
Gale Norton
Dick Cheney


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