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Sunday, January 28, 2007


It's hard on a soul to go from a perfect, sunny day of hiking with the dog and spending time with the horses to coming home just to be angered all over again by what's going on lately. Let's start with that tiny little piece of crap John Kerry at Davos this week.
Where else would he be during "world economic forum day" since he's such a worldly guy. Yes, that's right, sitting right next to the former president of Iran while evidence piles every day concerning their (Iran's) involvement in the murders in Kerbala. I am sooooooooooo thankful for every Swift Boat Veteran involved in the campaign against him in 2004. I cringe to think of where we would be if he were in office today.

On to those resolutions. Rober Kagan has a piece that says so elegantly what I feel about these damn resolutions that I'll just ask you to go read his piece.
Many of their proponents frankly, even proudly, admit they are responding to the current public mood, as if that is what they were put in office to do. Those who think they were elected sometimes to lead rather than follow seem to be in a minority.
Imagine that!! Leadership. Oh no - says Hillary - Don't hand us your problems in 2009, the President should
withdraw all U.S. troops from Iraq before he leaves office, asserting it would be "the height of irresponsibility" to pass the war along to the next commander in chief.
If only she hadn't voted to allow us in eh?? Or if her own husband had gotten us out of Bosnia or...................

I'm going back to fantasy land right now to watch Desparate Housewives. It's no frickin wonder that TV is so popular.