Musings of the Chronologically Challenged™ Fourth Generation
Tuesday, December 02, 2003
Normally, I am a non-confrontational person and do not dive into current dog fights. But today two issues are on my agenda that I must address.
SKB Points Out:
Catholics have been urged to challenge their local priests over controversial Vatican claims that condoms cannot prevent the spread of Aids.
Bubba says: "I think it's better to get medical advice from doctors instead of priests, and spiritual advice from priests instead of doctors." Indigo thinks he will get little disagreement on this blog.
Bagram G.I.: Troops Waited While Hillary Chowed Down
The brass at Bagram apparently had a hard time rounding up New Yorkers who wanted to have dinner with Clinton, D-N.Y. Only six GIs responded to an e-mail sent out last week that stated, "Looking for military members from New York and Rhode Island interested in meeting their Senator/Congressman."
More coverage of Clinton's visit at McGehee's links
GOC had this to say: Well duh! How would you like to be one of the people who had to eat with the traitorous bitch? Especially since as a morale booster she badmouthed the commander-in-chief.
Donnie opines: Hillary and her ilk are exactly what the terrorists want. She's safer in Iraq than she is in NY, trust me.
Betsy quotes Dick Morris: With Sen. Hillary Rodham Clinton for a friend, American soldiers don't need any more enemies. The entire Morris article is here.
Indigo says: Obviously, there are very strong feelings out of both camps on Clinton and Bush. It doesn't appear anyone is luke warm. However, I can't find any comparable "Hate Hillary" meetings as are now being promoted in California, i.e. "Hate Bush." Nor have I heard of any disparaging remarks Bush has publicly uttered about Clinton. So does one assume the Repubs are better at subterfuge and deceit than the Dems in that their Clinton assassinations are not so blatant? Hate is not what it means to be an American and should not be cultivated. Get a grip, people. Both sides, please fight fair.