You tell us, if you can endure watching him.
Not too good is the short answer in advance. The Decider is pinning his hopes on a health insurance notion so flawed it's dead before it's uttered. (Changing the subject to whatever domestic issue in the face of the Iraq disaster and Cheney's fever to go to war in Iran is a hopeless ploy.) And in a federal court nearby, Scooter Libby's lawyer says his man doesn't intend to take the fall to protect the evil Karl Rove (he who's getting U.S. attorneys installed in places like Little Rock without Senate confirmation). The emperor has no clothes.
UPDATE: Pitiful. A very bad imitation of a Bill Clinton program speech.
RESPONSE: Jim Webb was powerful.