Daily Archives: August 24th, 2005 «

 

I hope this isn’t true

Posted by: ST on August 24, 2005 at 11:50 pm » 33 Comments

Please, someone tell me this is just a nightmare and that I’ll wake up in the morning to find that this story doesn’t exist: ANTI-WAR PROTESTERS TARGET WOUNDED AT ARMY HOSPITALWed Aug 2005 24 21:20:05 ET Anti-war protestors besieged wounded and disabled soldiers at Walter Reed Hospital in Washington, D.C, a new web report will […]

 

Long day

Posted by: ST on August 24, 2005 at 8:25 pm » 3 Comments

I’m sure you’ve all had days that were so long, and/or so bad you just wished they would hurry up and be over.   Today was one of those days to me.  If it coulda gone wrong, it did!  Luck was not on my side today at all.  I’m glad to be home, kicking back with […]

 

Sheehan/Robertson reactions: the differences

Posted by: ST on August 24, 2005 at 11:35 am » 5 Comments

Just surfing around the blogosphere and a few message boards, it struck me – the differences between how the liberals unwaveringly support Cindy Sheehan and what she’s said versus how conservatives have done their level best to distance themselves from Pat Robertson’s advocation for Hugo Chavez’s assassination. The general tenor of the lefty blogs on Pat seems […]

 

David Frum: What the President should be saying

Posted by: ST on August 24, 2005 at 9:01 am » Comments Off

This morning’s must-read comes from David Frum at NRO, who argues that the President badly needs to start reconnecting with Americans and instead of repeating platitudes about the situation in Iraq, and how he needs to remind them of how crucial winning in Iraq is to the global War on Terror (scroll down a bit to […]