We're not surprised by this. The North Koreans have tested their missiles before -- they've had some failuresAndrew Card says N.Korea tested missile May 01, 2005
The President has made clear how important it is to him that everyone should comply with this requestBush doubts leaker will be ID'd Oct 07, 2003
I think there is a relationship between Saddam Hussein and terrorism, but the important thing is Saddam Hussein does have weapons of mass destructionKey week as Bush faces national doubts Jan 26, 2003
If you have a priority that is protecting a bureaucracy or finding money, then you've got the wrong priority. The first priority is to protect and defend the homeland, and he will do that. He will also do it in the most effective way. This is not about building a bureaucracy. This is not about building bigger government. It's about finding a more effective way to secure our bordersRidge, Card defend homeland security plan Jun 09, 2002
In the statute that we will write to create this department, it will be clear that this department is a customer of the FBI and a customer of the CIA. Remember, the CIA reports directly to the presidentRidge, Card defend homeland security plan Jun 09, 2002
Andrew Hill Card, Jr. (born May 10, 1947) is a Republican American politician, former United States Cabinet member, and head of President George W. Bush's White House Iraq Group. Card served as U.S. Secretary of Transportation under President George H. W. Bush and the White House Chief of Staff under George W. Bush. He announced his resignation as Chief of Staff March 28, 2006, effective April 14, 2006.
Card was born in Brockton, Massachusetts, the son of Joyce (née Whitaker) and Andrew Hill Card, Sr. He was active in the Boy Scouts of America's Old Colony Council and earned the rank of Life Scout. Later, he graduated from the University of South Carolina with a Bachelor of Science degree in engineering. He also attended the United States Merchant Marine Academy and the John F. Kennedy School of Government at Harvard University. Card served in the United States Merchant Marine from 1966 to 1967.
Card got his start in politics serving in the Massachusetts House of Representatives from 1975–1983. He ran unsuccessfully for the Republican nomination for Governor of Massachusetts in 1982.