Change In General

Following up on this post, which cited Michael Barone opining that Bush needed a Grant --a general who would fight-- more links: WaPo on Bush pulling away from his generals:
a sign of increasing assertiveness from a commander in chief described by former aides as relatively passive about questioning the advice of his military advisers.
Others familiar with Bush's thinking said he had not been happy with the military's advice. "The president wasn't satisfied with the recommendations he was getting, and he thought we need a strategy that was more purposeful and likely to succeed if the Iraqis could make that possible,"
Yesterday's WaTi had a good column from Jack Kelly arguing same --can't find it online, however.