Sozadeeis a state of mind. It was discovered (or founded) many years ago on a hot August afternoon's sail out of Newport Beach. There was no wind (at least any stronger than the current) and a burning, glaring sun. The limp sails afforded no shade. All aboard knew the outboard was questionable. The ice on the beer was melting and discussion was skirting the issue of sunstroke. Suddenly, the word "Sozadee" was uttered, the breeze returned, and all was well.
Wednesday, November 08, 2006
The Dance of the Neo-Cons
I have a few things to say about Neo Cons second guessing themselves and each other and I do thatnext door. I don't expect universal agreement. To those who wish to discuss it, we can do it here or next door. To those who would rather talk smack, I say Shaddup and drink your Kool-Aide.
Two Heartbeats from the Presidency Gender-baiting Pelosiphobics had better just get over it.
Responding to comments below:
Beach, you are right. Macaca looking for a new job is good news for America. That he be replaced by James Webb makes it a specially savoring turn of events.
On the other side, the temporary loss of Harold E. Ford Jr's leadership from national politics is a major disappointment. Congressman Ford's concession speech was a heart-wrenching promise that he would be back. Ford, the victim of a savagely dirty and racist advertisement, recalled that his experience on the campaign trail led to a discovery of
a hunger...a great appetite on the part of the American people for something much better and far more dignified and greater than what we've given them over the last several years.
And, quoting from the Scriptures (Ephesians 6:12):
For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities and powers, against spiritual wickedness in high places.
Still, if Webb has clinched his seat, and if Jon Testor is in solid in Montana, we look pretty good. As things stand now, The Hillbloggers are right to observe that we are within a breath of attaining objective # 1 on the agenda (above-right).