Saturday, September 09, 2006

If I responded in depth to all the ridiculous events in the world of politics lately, I'd run out of time to sleep. So here's a quick rundown of all the stupidity.

Saddam Hussein had no links to al-Qaeda. ( Senate confirms that the CIA told the truth four years ago. Little too late to help our 60,000 troops who were killed, wounded or crippled in Iraq.

CIA leak steps forward. ( And no one cares. Sorry CIA, maybe being headquartered in the George Bush Center for Intelligence is damping your mojo.

Osama Bin Laden back in the spotlight. ( The President is talking about him again. Congress has earmarked funds to catch him. I guess leaving him on the backburner with no progress wasn't cutting it.

President Reagan supports Jim Webb. ( Or at least he publicly said kind words about him. According to Nancy Reagan, replaying that footage in a political ad dishonors his memory.

CIA has secret prisons. ( Yes, we hold captives in foreign countries where our restrictive democratically created laws do not apply. But now we're moving them all to Cuba, our new best friend forever.

Mood = skeptical

Political Roundup 2006-09-09


  1. I dunno, what do you reckon: Print or Cursive?

    Granted, I'm a grad student right now, so starting an ink blog is something I plan on doing, but it may be a long-time coming do to how busy I find myself. At any rate, my print looks decent enough, but not as good as yours, but my cursive looks actually quite enjoyable, if I may say so, myself :P You think it would be still be legible, or should I stick with print and just write really slow to make sure it's all good looking? ;)

    Also, I think I might purchase some webhosting for it instead of getting a Blogger account 'n so forth. I quite like Blogger's minimalist approach to page design, though. Will probably stick with that in order to maximize bandwidth usage per user.


    By Anonymous Timbo, at 9/11/2006 02:45:00 AM

  2. Hey Timbo,
    Responded to your print or cursive question in another post. As for hosting service, Blogger is free and easy to startup, which is why I went with it. Requires a fair bit of HTML knowledge to customize it though.

    By Blogger Sumocat, at 9/12/2006 07:45:00 PM

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