SYDNEY, Australia -- "I haven't completely ruled out running for president again in the future but I don't expect to," [Al] Gore said before the Sunday night premiere of "An Inconvenient Truth."
Thank the God of Your Choice.
I get so tired of reading about "former Vice President Al Gore." Read below the fold...
From ABC's blog on PT911:
A chronological story
We have worked hard to make this not a political movie. We show both administrations with an unvarnished truth.
Great. I'll be interested to see one scene, then:
Dammit, I wasn't cynical enough again. I didn't think that Bush would actually strap himself onto ABC's propaganda catapult, by breaking into the extremely non-political
Blame The Clenis for Everything Path to 9/11 mockumentary in order to deliver an extremely non-political prime time address on 9/11.
I just didn't think Bush could be that shameless.
Is there anything the Republicans won't lie about?
Is there anything the Republicans won't degrade? Read below the fold...
Put the first coat on the front steps today. That is, I prepared the surface of the front steps for some hours with a scraper, and then had a brief moment of pleasure laying on the paint.
God, the latex stuff they use this days: It's like painting with cake frosting. The stuff just sits there. Totally bizarre to a guy who grew up when men were men and house paint meant oil-based paint.
Sometimes, change is real. Read below the fold...
Lots of other news:
Even the Republicans on the intelligence committee don't believe Al Qaeda had ties to Saddam. They've issued a report to that effect. Who knew? Well, we did, of course.
This inquiring mind would like to know.
Talk about burying the lead. In paragraph 31 of a 31 paragraph article, the Baltimore Sun's Siobhan Gorman shares this tidbit:
Current and former intelligence officials credit employees at the working level for innovating and passing along information in spite of bureaucratic limitations.Read below the fold...
As we speculated, Canada's Parti Quebecois will vote in favor of the Softwood Lumber Agreement, making a $450 million slush fund available to Bush well before November 7. Sweet! Bloomberg: Read below the fold...
Correction. His foundation barks.
"The content of this drama is factually and incontrovertibly inaccurate, and ABC has a duty to fully correct all errors or pull the drama entirely," the foundation's executive director, Bruce Lindsey, said in a letter to the head of ABC's parent company, Disney.Read below the fold...