Once again he comes up to the plate and proves that he was the brains behind the Watergate debacle. But then again we figured out recently what Woodward really is.
In his scathing article in Vanity Fair, Bernstein calls for a Senate investigation of the most corrupt administration in American history. It's long, but it's very informative.
Bernstein writes: "One of the similarities between Bush and Nixon is their contempt, lip service aside, for the legitimate oversight of Congress. In seeking to cover up his secret, illegal activities, Nixon made broad claims of executive privilege or national security, the most important of which were rejected by the courts."
We saw a fine example of Bush's contempt for Congress, the constitution, military leaders and the American people when he declared yesterday that he alone is the "decider".