Bush gave yet another speech on Iraq today. This one using Pearl Harbor as a backdrop (today is the 64th anniversary of the day that would live in infamy). Basically the same speech, but notice in the beginning how used to invoking September 11th he is. He almost can’t say December 7th. Murtha has a good response and it is below as well. I actually have both videos, but they are pretty bad and the audio is all that is meaningful anyway.
Let me remind everyone that Iraq did not send out pilots to bomb the twin towers. If you […]Full Story... →
Just signed up for CNN Pipeline. As if I needed another reason to be tethered to my laptop. Do I even NEED a TV anymore? Ah, sports…that’s right. I’ll toss ’em soon after ESPN Pipeline is launched.
It’s kind of interesting (and kind of pointless at the same time) to be able to see other feeds below the current live video. You can even select those feeds instead of listening to the talking head. So far the videos stream perfectly and the audio is clear as well. LOL. Saddam just told the judge to go to hell.
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After all the discussion yesterday about the MyDD interview with Brown and their as yet unwillingness to do Meet The Bloggers, I decided to follow up on an email I received from the Brown Campaign Internet Communications Director.
Philip de Vellis had sent me an email just before Thanksgiving letting me know that they were just setting up shop (he had just arrived a day earlier) and one of the first things they were going to do was to reach out to Ohio bloggers and try to resolve some of the tension that had been generated online […]Full Story... →
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