Bush is at it again, giving himself great little nicknames that I think are meant to assuage our fears that he makes extremely important decisions without paying mind to Congress, the military, or the American people. Yesterday, Bush, in his explanation as to why he vetoed the $124 billion war spending bill that passed in both the House and the Senate last week, which would have set a timeline for withdrawal, designated himself "the Commander Guy." It's priceless:
The question is, 'Who ought to make that decision, the Congress or the commanders?' As you know, my position is clear I'm the commander guy.
Thanks to Think Progress, you can watch it here.