I hear there was some interesting stuff on after the speech.
Open Thread on it...
On the Situation Room today, our liberal media reared it's head as Jack Cafferty was describing a new program sponsored by Bill Clinton called "The Clinton Global Initiative." Email Question of the day: "Whats President Bill Clinton up to?"
Blitzer "And I expect a lot of those responses, this being a family network, youre not going to be able to read on the air Jack."
(hat tip) As Eric says: They also chose to air emails that accused Clinton of having various ulterior motives like getting Hillary elected, picking our pockets, building his legacy, and just being loved. They never entertained the possibility that he was trying to help the world.
Not too many "patriots" are aware of the pledge's history. A socialist wrote it.
Click here for some info... The word "God" was eventually put in the 50's, but not "equal."
Excerpts of Tonight's Bush Speech
Mean while Talk Left tells us that Romney wants to wiretap a few places. What's your thoughts?
"Yes, the note is real. And yes, the president really wrote it. It was shot at a pretty good distance, Wilking tells Gelf. I had no idea what was on the paper. Until, that is, the editors at Reuters enlarged it. I was just as surprised as you, Wilking says....read on"
I do have to say that Bush does scribble very neatly. Here's the note if you missed it.
A DIEBOLD INSIDER SPEAKS!
Brad Blog has the latest on this story....
When your own private town hall meetings and road tours make the people dislike your plan (scheme) even more than before you started; I'd say it's time to leave the band.
Condi and the Latte Defense
Condi Rice was on The Factor last night and had this little repartee with Bill O'Reilly:
OReilly: The truth of the matter is our correspondents at Fox News cant go out for a cup of coffee in Baghdad....
Rice: Bill, thats tough. Its tough. But what would they have wanted to have gone out for a cup of coffee when Saddam Hussein was in power?
Bill: No, no-but after three years you expect a little security in the country...
Condi: ...there is security...
Bill: They can't get coffee...
David Letterman's Top Ten Questions For The Fema Director Application
Click here to read the list... (hat tip GR)