Defending his rejection of a popular children's health program expansion, Bush said his veto power gives him leverage. "That's one way to ensure that I am relevant," he said. "That's one way to ensure that I am in the process. And I intend to use the veto."
How many children will suffer and die so that Bush can feel "relevant"?
The whole story is in an article from the Washington Post called "Bush Declares That He Remains Relevant".