Tuesday/Wednesday open thread

My day tomorrow promises to be extremely hectic, so blogging will be light to non-existent until Wednesday evening.

Until then, I’ll leave you with a few links you may find interesting:

—– Caught: The Huffington Post expunges 100s of comments on their post re: the assassination attempt on VP Cheney in Afghanistan. Dean Barnett responds appropriately to criticism by one of the far left’s favorite blogospheric blowhards that the comments aren’t in any way representative of the left’s attitudes in general. Jeff Goldstein responds as well and he is, of course, always a must-read.

—– CNN reports that Senate Democrats still can’t get it together on how to handle the Iraq issue. More on that here. In other news, dog bites man.

—– Happiness is? The media gleefully reports that stocks had their worst day today since 9-11.


—– One of my favorite bloggers, George Gooding, is hanging up his blogging hat tomorrow. I’m very sad to read this, but nevertheless wish George all the best in his future endeavors.

—– No new interesting news on the jury deliberations in the Libby case (hat tip: Tom Maguire).

—– Senator Obama wasn’t aware of a statement his campaign made in regards to the Clinton/Geffen war of words? Oooookay. Speaking of Obama, guess who “African Americans” are shifting their support to?

—– 91 cats in one apartment?

—– Reliapundit on Al Gore’s gw hypocrisy:

Like Leonid Brezhnev in the old USSR, Gore is a Leftist who would live the high life, as he made everyone else suffer. FOR OUR OWN GOOD.


—– Speaking of Al Gore, have you read C. MacLeod Fuller’s poem about the Goracle titled “The Saint, Algoreia”? ;)

—– Bill Roggio reports on the latest news from Iraq.

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—– Oh, as a follow-up to this Valentine’s Day post to Phoenix Suns PG Steve Nash, I’m happy to report that he’s been back in action the last few games (and had a monster game tonight). However, two other players on my NBA fantasy league roster (the Bobcats’ Emeka Okafor and Washington Wizards’ Caron Butler) are now listed as ‘day to day’ which translates into ‘we don’t know when they’ll be playing again’ – this, as one month is left in the fantasy league season, as I struggle to retain the number one spot. Ugh. Get better real soon, guys.

—– Tonight’s retro-vid? Fleetwood Mac’s Gypsy:

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