I’ll say it again – everyone knew that Bush did not know exactly where these were in the steps up to war. If he did, he could have pointed on a map and Blix could have found them. The fact that we didn’t find them when we went in, while a surprise was not a condemnation on the war. Don’t look now, Sadaam’s number 2 in the airforce, is putting his finger on them.
Direct flights from Iran to the US. (need to go clean up the coffee I spit all over after reading this)
President Gore: Please Mr. President, the elections here are over and you won, you really won. Maybe you should leave other countries to elect who they want.
President Kerry: Mr. President, can you count to 60?
but then remember when:
President Carter: Mr. President, it’s probably not a good idea to send money to people who want our allies dead.
If you get to the WSJ story – he’s even suggesting vehicles with alternative fuels.
Captain Ed has the frightening view:
Unless someone can show widespread voter fraud on behalf of Hamas, the Palestinians should be judged by the choices they have made this week. They have chosen war and the annihilation of Israel over the two-state solution favored publicly (if not fervently) by Fatah. Europe and the United States need to wake up from their delusional dreamland of a situation where both sides in this conflict want a peaceful conclusion and a world without hatred for their children and grandchildren. Clearly, the Palestinians want war, and they have made no secret of using their children and grandchildren as bomb fuses in order to perpetuate it.
while Tim Blair also has the frightening view:
Elections in the US are sometimes won in the Bible belt. This may the first election on earth to be won by the suicide belt:
The Islamic militant group Hamas swept to victory over the long-dominant Fatah faction on Thursday in the Palestinian parliamentary election, a political earthquake that could bury chances for peacemaking with Israel.
standing up against evil.
No, not Buffy the Vampire Slayer’s scooby gang, but:
Arlington, Va.—BB&T, the nation’s ninth largest financial holdings company with $109.2 billion in assets, announced today that it “will not lend to commercial developers that plan to build condominiums, shopping malls and other private projects on land taken from private citizens by government entities using eminent domain.”
Good for them!!
I’m with this guy. (who has a great blog by the way)
“If I Get This Stupid, I’ll Be A Government Contractor Too”
Michelle is watching. Mexican troops moving dope across the border….no, it’s not a sieve, really.
The lying liers of the UN are caught in the act by John at Powerline.