Thursday, April 05, 2007
I watch TV. Movies, the History Channel and the news.
My bride watches sitcoms.
Tonight is Grey's Anatomy.
I really don't get it. The story line is so unbelievably predictable. The camera work is mundane and anyone can only watch so many half shaved men and women of dubious interest.
I am going to bed.
PS, I thank the good Lord that the Nanny has run its course. My sinuses are grateful as well.
Also, leave some comments of support for them. They deserve it and they may need it after Pelosi screwed the pooch in Syria.
Pratfall in Damascus
Nancy Pelosi's foolish shuttle diplomacy
"We came in friendship, hope, and determined that the road to Damascus is a
road to peace," Ms. Pelosi grandly declared.
Never mind that that statement is ludicrous: As any diplomat with knowledge of the region could have told Ms. Pelosi, Mr. Assad is a corrupt thug whose overriding priority at the moment is not peace with Israel but heading off U.N. charges that he orchestrated the murder of former Lebanese prime minister Rafiq al-Hariri. The really striking development here is the attempt by a Democratic congressional leader to substitute her own foreign policy for that of a sitting Republican president. Two weeks ago Ms. Pelosi rammed legislation through the House of Representatives that would strip Mr. Bush of his authority as commander in chief to manage troop movements in Iraq. Now she is attempting to introduce a new Middle East policy that directly conflicts with that of the president. We have found much to criticize in Mr. Bush's military strategy and regional diplomacy. But Ms. Pelosi's attempt to establish a shadow presidency is not only counterproductive, it is foolish.
Calling Pelosi and her illegal mission foolish is a good start.
"I was glad that she went," Carter said Wednesday. "When there is a crisis, the best way to help resolve the crisis is to deal with the people who are instrumental in the problem."
I'd rather have aLgore endorse me. Jezz.