The White House is becoming quite agitated that the Senate is about to require its staff members to testify publicly and under oath. Not going to do it, they hint.

I guess I have to side with my conservative brethren on this one: If you haven’t done anything wrong, what do you have to be afraid of? Or is that not what they meant by that?

In other news, former Senator Fred Thompson is flirting with the press over whether he will run for the Republican nomination for President. Well, all I can say is, if he does, I want Martin Sheen on the Democratic side.

At least then we will know for sure that the days of the Republic are over.

3 thoughts on “Comment

  1. The Looove Boooat
    so will be making another run.
    The Looove Boooat
    promises something for everyone.

    I don’t know. Pretty effective as a campaign song. I don’t think the Democrats could top it. After all, who doesn’t want to be on the Love Boat?

  2. My apologies. I’m obviously ill-equiped to jump into the stream and comment on the current cultural zeitgeist.

    In my mind, Fred Thompson only registers as “that guy on Law & Order re-runs who always makes me think of Joe Don Baker.” I can’t will myself out of the Seventies, it seems.

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