In the law Bush signed Wednesday, Congress stated that no one but the privacy officers could alter, delay or prohibit the mandatory annual report on Homeland Security Department activities that effect privacy, including complaints. But Bush signed a statement attached to the bill. He will interpret that section in a manner consistent with the president's constitutional authority to supervise the unitary executive branch. Bush's signing statement challenges several other provisions in the bill. Bush, for example, said he would disregard a requirement that the director of the Federal Emergency Management Agency must have at least five years of experience and "demonstrated ability in and knowledge of emergency and management and homeland security." His rationale was that it "rules out a large portion of those persons best qualified by experience and knowledge to fill the office". He' right, there are still a number of horse stewards that are still out there. Glad to see Bush has learned from his mistakes and is not a power monger who gives jobs to his "friends".