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2007 April 29 — Why Now?
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Waiting For The Song To Come Around Again

Jack at Grumpy Forester has been explaining to his kids that It Is As It Was. He makes us all look really stupid for going down the same path that led to Watergate and Vietnam.

Melanie finds that Thomas E. Ricks of the Washington Post talks to people who think Iraq is Riskier Than Vietnam.

More corrupt than Nixon and a bigger military and diplomatic disaster than Vietnam, I don’t think the Shrubbery has to worry about having a “legacy.”

Note: I feel stupid for not being able to figure out a way of stopping this.  I saw it happening again and I couldn’t convince people of the danger.

April 29, 2007   4 Comments


More information on America’s Own Terrorists.

The Associate Press reports on the arrest of a suspect:

Paul Ross Evans has been charged with use of weapons of mass destruction, manufacture of explosive material and violating freedom of access to clinic entrances, according to a statement issued by the Austin Police Department.


The bomb was found in a bag in the parking lot of the Austin Women’s Health Center. After an employee found the package, a bomb squad detonated the device.

It contained an explosive powder and two pounds of nails, said David Carter, assistant police chief.

Had the bomb detonated, it could have injured people 100 feet away, police said.

Yes, two pounds of nails, a device designed to kill and maim people, not clinics, including people just walking by, or pregnant women planning for the birth of the their child, or children in strollers. Bombs don’t care.

This is the “culture of life.”

[Editor at 10:10PM: Do not feed the troll.  There is a reason that comment has not been removed.  Ignore it.]

April 29, 2007   5 Comments

Passing the Plate

Florida License Plates

Florida Plate Blogging


Standard Florida Plate

A weekend feature of Why Now.

April 29, 2007   Comments Off on Passing the Plate