In celebration of Gen. Shinseki's selection, let us ride the Wayback Pony to that later time when everyone knew he was right. Rumsfeld wanted to take his hand off the bicycle seat; Bush wanted to hear "from as many ideas and opinions as possible." And he wasn't going to stop fighting and put diplomats on the ground till all violent means were utterly exhausted!
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by Teh Nutroots | As Jon says, Mahoney's old school. His dangerous liaison was a woman who worked as his, um, "staffer."
Thanks so much, Mahoney, for proving---as if John Edwards hadn't taken care of that---that Dems can be hypocrites just as much as Republicans. I'd say the whole thing was stupid, but if you make a selling point of your faith and virtuousness, you got to stand behind it.
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"Have you noticed how [Palin's] rallies have begun to take on the
characteristics of the last days of the Weimar Republic? In Florida, she asked
'Who is Barack Obama?' Hey, lady, we just met YOU five f-ing weeks ago."
by Damozel | Secretary Paulson's list of demands: We must address him as Baron Von Moneypants! On your wedding night, he must be the first to deflower your bride! And W has just discovered that there are "a lot of interlinks throughout the financial system"!
by blue stockings | First, Jon Stewart brings you this Moment of Zen:
Then please read this piece by Mike Madden in Salon. Here's a taste, which should be enough to scare anyone who worries about McCain's age and history of invasive melanoma (which worries me more than his age).
Soon, Todd Palin was getting copied on e-mails dealing with official state business. He had already helped write the state budget, gotten involved in personnel matters
and called up lawmakers when he -- or Sarah Palin -- had a bone to pick
with them. Apparently Palin's inner circle figured they better include
him on messages about pending legislation or ongoing controversies,
too. The First Dude's involvement in Palin's efforts to get her
ex-brother-in-law fired from the state police force have now earned him
a subpoena from the Legislature, and he also allegedly intervened to have John Bitney (a former friend) fired
from the state payroll for having an affair with the ex-wife of one of
Todd Palin's buddies. The Washington Post reported last week that the
Palins billed the state $1,371 for Todd's airfare to Washington, when
he joined Sarah Palin at a National Governors Association conference,
and for the whole family to fly around Alaska watching him compete in
the Iron Dog snowmobile race....
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Great commentary on Giuliani, Romney, and Huckabee. Jon asks the question, "Is she really dickish enough to be president?" Asked and answered! And you won't believe who is really responsible for our current situation and the country's yearning for Change...
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