Hugh Hewitt makes the case that President Bush should be much more aggressive in his use of the recess appointment in order to thwart Democrat obstructionism. For reasons I noted yesterday, he’s just plain wrong from a philosophical standpoint–although he’s likely right in terms of pure hardball politics.

(Hat tip: RealClear Politics)

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