Thursday, April 12, 2007

Bush Looking for Someone to Handle the War

**Apparently, President George W. Bush has become bored with one aspect of his job---Commander in Chief. According to Article 2, Section 2 of the U.S. Constitution, the President is the Commander in Chief of the Army and Navy of the United States. Does Bush want to give up this power? Does he have the right to give away the power to control wars? Can anyone apply? Why are so many current and former members of the military refusing the job as "war czar"? Is it because they don't want to have a job in which you must follow the failed Bush policy in Iraq?

***The Ohio State Men's Basketball team attended a celebration (10TV): Nine days after playing in the NCAA tournament championship game, the Ohio State men's basketball team was cheered on by thousands on Thursday evening.

Coach Thad Matta was among the dignitaries who spoke at the Schottenstein Center, which included Columbus mayor Michael Coleman and Ohio State athletic director Gene Smith.....

....Oden, who is considering turning professional, was dogged by questions from local and national media throughout the season about his future.

He did not give any indication about what his decision would be. Hosket joked by asking Oden the question everybody wanted to know -- what Oden had for lunch.

"Chicken," Oden replied....