After his patently unhinged appearance with Wolf Blitzer last week, one wonders how much longer the vice-president's increasingly bizarre assertions of secrecy and authority will be tolerated in Washington. Check out this post from David Kurtz. Money quote:
The Vice President of the United States refuses to divulge who works in his office. Rozen's article provides an estimate of 88 persons on the VP's staff, which I take to mean that the OVP won't even say how many people are on staff. These are people on the public payroll. Wouldn't you say the public is entitled to know?