Damned if you do, damned if you don't:
More Dem short-sidedness
White House considers war overseer
The White House is considering naming a high-powered official to oversee the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan and report directly to President Bush and National Security Adviser Stephen Hadley.
The goal would be to improve the coordination of military and civilian efforts in Iraq and Afghanistan by different parts of the government.
The Washington Post reported that the White House has approached at least three retired four-star generals in recent weeks, but they have declined to be considered for the position.
Democrats poked fun at the White House for searching for an official to oversee the wars.
"Someone needs to tell Steve Hadley that position is filled, it's the commander in chief, unless the decider's become the delegator," said Rep. Rahm Emanuel, D-Ill.