April 24, 2003

It's a rule, except when it's not

From Frist and Specter Defend Santorum, more straight talk from the administration:

At the White House, meanwhile, press secretary Ari Fleischer said President Bush would not comment on Santorum's remarks, because "the president typically never does comment on anything involving a Supreme Court case."
When a reporter pointed out that Bush recently weighed in on a Michigan affirmative action case before the court, Fleischer said that was why he had used the word "typically."
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