Whipsawed by the government's on-again, off-again intervention in the nation's financial crisis, House Minority Whip Roy Blunt (R-Mo.) said Wednesday that congressional Republicans "don't feel like they understand the coherent strategy" of the Bush administration -- "if there is one."
Republicans are upset with the White House on two fronts.
First, they say that administration officials haven't done enough to keep them in the loop on its plans for addressing the crisis.
Second, they don't much like the plans.