Monday, July 07, 2008

Almost Accurate

I don't have a grudge against Andrea Mitchell, wife of overrrated former Federal Reserve Board Chairman Alan Greenspan. But one would think Ms. Mitchell would know better, as she did in her usual 1:00 p.m. role hosting on MSNBC, than to speak approvingly on July 7 of Barack Obama's "judgement in voting against the war."

I think A.M. meant "judgement in opposing the war," as Obama demonstrated when he gave a speech as an Illinois state senator. He never had a chance to vote on the bill authorizing military action. Fortunately.

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Time to Relinquish the Stage

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