Some critics of the proposed changes to management of the Missouri River are starting to turn their anger towards the White House. State Attorney General Jay Nixon says the changes proposed will hurt Missouri interests, despite a bi-partisan plea from the congressional delegation to the Bush Administration. But Senator Christopher Bond says don’t blame President Bush. It’s the bureaucrats within the US Fish and Wildlife Service that the president has no control over who are causing all the trouble. And Bond says even the Interior Department, the parent agency for Fish and Wildlife is trying to find a workable solution on at least one issue. Bond says the President was just as stunned as he was as to the contents of the new master manual.