Robert Moran writing for the National Review today brings up some interesting points regarding John Kerry’s little “fall” on the ski slopes earlier this week and the coverage (or lack thereof) that it has recieved from the ‘mainstream’ media:
Anyone with common sense probably knew this already but this sure hasn’t stopped some of our pals from the left here in the US to complain about the “brutal treatment” these “innocents” have suffered (whatever!):
God bless those who are serving and who served honorably, giving their lives for the country we all love so dearly.
Yes, I know countless blogs and op/ed pieces around the globe have discussed the impact that the Spanish elections are already having on the war On terror but I couldn’t resist adding my .02. I’d been thinking about this all week and wanting to post something about it. When I woke up this morning and read the latest Opinion Pieces from the Wall Street Journal, I came across one that caught my interest. And it’s written by the editor of a Spanish daily. Looks like there are a few in Spain who get the implicit message behind the elections there last week. The piece compares prime minister-elect, Jose Luis Rodriguez Zapatero, to Neville Chamberlain:
Did any of you see it? Just got the latest issue of People Magazine (Donald Trump is on the cover) and inside to my surprise found a puff piece on Mayor Gavin Newsom and his wife Kimberly. Has a picture of him (along with his wife) getting food ready to serve to the homeless as well as talking about how he has proposed a pay cut for himself and propose to make city workers pay for their own parking. Also mentions a quote from some Dem strategist about how he is being compared to President Clinton.
I don’t think the President could have stirred it up anymore than he did today with his call for an amendment to the constitution that would effectively ban gay marriage. As I suspected, along with many of my fellow conservatives, the backlash has arrived on this issue. Don’t believe me? Take a look at this ABC News pollded):