Well, as you no doubt have noticed, Chris is on assignment and she asked me to take the reins for a bit until she can return. I was just over at CNN.com looking for a bit of inspiration and noticed there is no mention whatsoever of AC360 and/or the blog. What's going on? I know someone mentioned that to me before, but I hadn't really paid much attention until today. Curious, curious.
Guess it's really over for Al Gore, if he'd planned on sneaking in a surprise run for the Democratic nomination. His son plead guilty today for misdemeanor drug possession. Do you think this destroys any chance Al had to win, if he decided to throw his hat into the ring?
I've been saying since early in this administration that it reminded me so much of Richard Nixon's presidency. What with the unpopular war, the protests, the spying on the American public, the Congressional investigations on top administration officials, and secret informants revealing classified info to reporters, all we need now is a Saturday Night massacre and a vote for impeachment and it's a complete flashback to 1972-1974.
Today the Iraqi parliament went on what will be a month-long vacation. Apparently they didn't vote on any of the stuff Washington wanted them to address. Looks like this is bad news for President Bush's surge strategy, as next to little has been accomplished since he authorized the additional 30,000 troops sent to the region the first part of the year. What will this do for our troops in the heat of battle? How much responsibility should we be giving the Iraqi government now? Give us your thoughts.
Monday, July 30, 2007
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