Terence Jeffrey of the National Review agrees with Rahm:
Commander-in-Chief Bush would not be micromanaging if he personally directed his new Iraq-war team. He would be doing the job the Constitution gives him, and the people elected him to do.Of course, the subtext here is the rote conservative complaint about Congressional Democrats taking action on the war. But what's interesting is how Jeffrey realizes that the 'War Czar' concept undermines that key Republican argument. How can you insist that the President alone should be the Decider, if the President himself delegates someone else to do the deciding?