The newswire is aflutter with the news that Bush is ready to name a successor to the venerable Alan Greenspan's position. Based on previous nominations and the rampant cronyism in this administration, I suspect that Laura Bush will be named the successor to Alan Greenspan based on her fiscal responsibility in managing the Bush household, and her ability to balance the checkbook.
Sorry, was I being cynical there? Mea culpa. But I do expect that the new nomination will no doubt have seen a 1040 or two from the current administration.