Newt Gingrich is back and as rabid as ever, lobbing verbal bombs at anyone who disagrees with his narrow, right-wing view of the world.
Paul Wolfowitz's overdue and well-deserved demise as President of the World Bank means yet another morally-flawed appointee of President George W. Bush bites the dust.
Another one down. Too many more still to go.
On too many days, I look over too many comments that appear on too many stories on this web site and just shake my head.Read More
Where, I wonder, do some of these people come from and who puts some of these incredible notions into their heads?
Poor Katie Couric. They princess of perk has turned into the dour diva of the evening news. Her CBS Evening News ratings have fallen below even those of Dan Rather and the buzz in TV newsland is that she will be gone after the 2008 elections.
According to a carefully-orchestrated campaign of planted news leaks by the Representatives who attended the meeting, a group of 11 "moderate" Republicans confronted President George W. Bush in a "come to Jesus" meeting Tuesday over his failed Iraq war.
They claim they told the President his credibility with the American people is "gone" when it comes to the Iraq war and that Republicans will bail on him if the war does not show "significant progress" by September 1.
I've tried, believe me I have. I've stepped back, taken a second look and attempted to give the President of the United States a second chance to prove he's not nuts.Read More
Won't work. Can't work. There's just too much evidence out there to show George W. Bush is out of his freaking mind.
Now that we've all had a chance to see the parade of wannabes from both sides of the political aisle stake out their so-called positions on the issues in two tightly-controlled, and endlessly boring, "debates" the only conclusion that any sane person can reach is "oh my God, we're in a lot of trouble."
Probably a lot of hangovers at the Pentagon this morning. Bet a lot of high-ranking brass went out and got blasted after listening to President George W. Bush's speech about his veto of the Iraq funding bill.
Or they reached for the anti-depressants after watching Bush claim that all he wants to do is listen to the military experts when it comes to his failed Iraq war.
The late Sen. Everett Dirksen of Illinois put it best.
"A billion here, a billion there," Dirksen said. "Pretty soon we're talking about real money."
The great debate - the first of the never ending Presidential campaign season - came and went Thursday night in South Carolina and it was, for all practical purposes, a yawner.