Author of Rolling Stone piece gets all bloggy.
Speaking of great stuff on blogs:
Yesterday in Daily Grist, we pointed to a story in Rolling Stone about Bush’s effort (hidden in his massive budget bill) to create a "Sunset Commission" that would have the power to eliminate government programs and whole agencies (say, the EPA) that were deemed "non-productive" (by the standards of the industry lobbyists that would populate the commission). It’s a pretty brazen effort to accomplish by fiat what the right can’t accomplish through public persuasion and legislation.
Anyway, the story was summarized, along with some supplemental material from OMBWatch and elsewhere, in a diary at DailyKos, which was followed — as usual on DKos — by a lively discussion. The author of the piece, Osha Gray Davidson, responded to lots of those comments on a blog called Booman Tribune, which in turn was reprinted and further discussed in another DKos diary.
So, if you found the story interesting, read all that stuff for some great follow-up. Vive les blogs!