Tuesday, October 18, 2005

A Canadian in all but citizenship

Ahh, speed the days until the Democrats are in office again, so that the template can change back from ignorant warmonger oligarch to intelligent, multilateralist man of compromise. Then the United States will at least be able to go to war with places like Haiti and Kosovo and Waco and Elian Gonzalez' closet and Ron Brown's skull and who knows, maybe even Cuba, without all the rabble-roused dissent-du-jour at home and abroad.

Laughter and applause frequently marked Clinton's appearance.

Near the end, a lone voice from the upper bowl shouted, "Why don't you run for prime minister?" That drew cheers.
Yeah! He's so awesome when they show him on TV, and he comes up with some really funny lines! And he smiles WAY more convincingly than Chimpy McWalBush. I would never even think twice about one of his wars!
Clinton's major failure, says McKercher, was in meeting one of the primary roles of the presidency: being a moral leader.

Clinton would rebound from his indiscretion. Like Hester Prynne, the heroine of Nathaniel Hawthorne's The Scarlet Letter, he bore the shame of public humiliation for sexual misconduct and rose above it to become a stronger person.
On the other hand, I missed the Free Press editorial giving their judgment on why Jamie Gorelick built a wall between intelligence agencies, or the contributions it made to subsequent events.

Now pretend that Michael Moore told you to read that together with this.