I’d been sitting in a dive In Washington DC all day drinking slow-gin fizzes and eating boiled eggs out of a big jar on the bar. No matter how much I drank, the waitress never got any prettier so I decided I’d tour The US Senate.
I had to go through a magnometer and it must have somehow affected my bowels because no sooner than I had entered, I felt (and heard) a rumbling in my gut that damned near brought me to my knees.
Sep 21 2007
Sep 11 2007
this is the cspan website description of today’s hearing:
Status of War in Iraq
Washington, District of Columbia (United States)
Biden, Joseph R. Jr. U.S. Senator, D-DE
Petraeus, David H. Commander, Multinational Force-Iraq
Crocker, Ryan C. Ambassador, United States, Iraq
A hearing on the status of the war in Iraq and political developments there was held to hear a report by the commanding general and the U.S. ambassador on conditions in Iraq.
Sep 06 2007
Mr. Reid, I know you are tired of getting these letters, but I offer you a ray of hope tonight. I offer you validation from the Republicans in their Presidential debate this evening. When you are looking for justification for bringing a plan to end the mistakes of the Iraq War to the Senate floor, look no further than presidential hopeful, Mike Huckabee and Ron Paul.
Now, truth be known, my guy in this fight is Ron Paul. And he, as I am sure you know, is against the war. Always has been. Well, tonight he got into a tangle with Huckabee as to if it is time to end this war. Huckabee, though a decent man, was using the old “you break it, you bought it” stance. Paul, as you know, is strict on the Constitution and wants out.
Let’s see how this played out: