Daily Briefing: Bottom Up

 

* President Bush’s televised address on Iraq tomorrow night will be “the biggest speech of his six years.” [WP, NYT]
* Mostly because no one wants to buy what he’s selling. [USAT]
* This is the way the world ends, not with a famous elected politician but a mid-level schmo. [WSJ]
* Big John Murtha wants to tie Iraq surge capability to brigade readiness levels. [WSJ]
* House Democrats to push for enacting 9/11 Commission recommendations, cause, you know, they can. [WP, NYT]
* Mitt Romney uses bespoke software package for “shock and awe” day of fundraising. [WP, NYT]
* Fred Fielding has the dourness to face Democratic subpoenas. [WP, NYT]

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