That's MY headline. The headline in the Financial Times is:
"Eyes turn to finding Wolfowitz successor"
"Speculation is mounting as to who the Bush administration will nominate to succeed Paul Wolfowitz as president of the World Bank, even as pressure builds for the US give up its traditional right to select one of its own citizens as bank chief."
Article at Finacial Times.
Whatcha s'pose the odds are either way that they do/do not find somebody worse if it's left up the bushomaniacs? Whatever those odds are, I ain't bookin' it!