Quite a week so far, eh? Keith's back where he belongs, sticking it to MSNBC, Conan hits basic cable, sticking it to NBC, and Dubya shows up with Matt, on NBC, to push his "memoir," as if anyone in the world outside of the Bush Clan cares, and even then I'm not so sure. What value can a memoir "written" by a man seemingly incapable of introspection and intelligent thought possibly have? It's like the Lauer interview. Did we learn anything we didn't already know? Nope. War is good, torture is good, and we're stuck with the worst president in history popping up on the teevee. Hey, at least the Texas Rangers lost the World Series. Onward and upward:
BeggarsCanBeChoosers: The most nauseating lie in Bush's new book.
They Gave Us a Republic: Why didn't Bush just stay gone?
Comments from Left Field: The madness of Joe Scarborough.
Polising: No majority for health-care repeal.
From Capt. Fogg of Human Voices (and a contributing editor at my place), a truly distinctive voice in the blogosphere: So when do we start restoring sanity?
And because tomorrow is Remembrance Day, a very moving post at The Galloping Beaver.
Guest post by Michael J.W. Stickings of The Reaction. E-mail tips to mjwstickings AT yahoo DOT ca.