"History will be kind to me, for I intend to write it."-Winston S. Churchill

"The wandering scholars were bound by no lasting loyalties, were attached by no sentiment of patriotism to the states they served and were not restricted by any feeling of ancient chivalry. They proposed and carried out schemes of the blackest treachery."-C.P. Fitzgerald.

Tuesday, August 26, 2003

Ann and Arnold 

Everybody loves Ann Coulter.

AnnAnn Coulter, agent provacateurEven those who despise what she writes, such as Joe Conason or, say, Hillary Clinton, must give thanks to God that she is around to give everyone else someone to write about.

I read Treason: Liberal Treachery from the Cold War to the War on Terrorism. It was an interesting read. The text is much stronger as it attempts to buttress Nixon's work to root out Soviet Spies during the Truman years. As it gets to the Tailgunner, Ann becomes a good recorder of events, but is a tad too strident. And she does tend to throw in too much Bill Clinton for her argument's own good.

However, all in all, it's a good read and surprisingly enough, may give scholars the excuse they need to do a real history of McCarthy.

Good on Ya', Ann!

Meanwhile, Arnold has pulled ahead in a KTLA poll, an internal Republican poll, and appears to be in lead in an ABC poll that was recently taken. Arnie has had a good week, and the papers are starting to look at Bustamante's contributors. Of course, others are wondering why the Davis campaign is holding back the pictures of Arnold buggering Ru Paul. The fact that there might be no pictures of Arnold doing such a thing has been lost on the chatterers.

We have arrived at 138 soldiers killed in Iraq from all causes since May 1, a fact that the media has chosen to trumpet during their press jihad agains the President.
The more I read infantry mail, the more I think that our guys are doing a fabulous job. They hold the jihadists in more contempt than I do.

I would mention that Dowd does more handstands and icky-poos about Al Qaeda infiltrating Iraq in this morning's Times, but then you'd have to go over to the site and actually read what the old battleaxe is going on about today. I wouldn't wish that on Hitler.

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