Bush advisor quits over Baghdad looting
Martin Sullivan, who chaired George Bush’ Advisory Committee on Cultural Property, has resigned in protest over the failure of US forces to prevent the looting of priceless cultural artifacts from the Iraqi National Museum. Two other panel members have also resigned. They said the looting did not need to happen, and blames the administration being blind to non-military concerns.
Sadly, I don’t think Bush was even aware he had a cultural advisor before now.