AMERICANS should be proud that their president has a talent for foreign relations. But is that all he knows how to do? This president spends so much time on foreign policy you would think he was elected secretary of state, not president of the United States.
But diplomacy and frequent flier miles seem to be his greatest passion, even while the economy suffers.
Bush has shown little regard for important issues like family matters, unemployment, health care and the environment. Increasingly, his only domestic initiative is the veto.
Bush's accomplishments in foreign affairs are indeed outstanding. But Americans have noticed that he is totally occupied with foreign affairs. And they are beginning to let him know about their displeasure.
If they can catch him.