Keeping pace

Despite Maureen Dowd’s attempt to portray George Bush’s cover story in Runners World as something proving his shallowness, I think it is a coup both for the magazine and the President. Ironically, I think he can connect with a hard-to-reach segment of the American population through the pages of RW than he can through the New York Times.

Dowd thinks Bush should be engaged in more important things like running the country rather than running a three-mile race.

I think she needs to knock off the third cup of coffee each morning.