The right is so divided on the nomination of Harriet Miers, I think the left has no idea what to do. So the left is sitting on the couch, eating popcorn, transfixed on what it sees before it. They don't seem to know what to do. To this observer, the left has only one choice: wholeheartedly support the nomination of Harriet Miers. MoveOn.Org should air ads promoting Miss Miers for a spot on the Supremes. People for the American Way ought to send out mass mailings urging Americans to support their President.
The Bull Moose is on the right track. But more needs to be done. This should be in the public eye. Dianne Feinstein, Ted Kennedy and Hillary Clinton must meet with the President and urge him to stay the course. And they need to hold a press conference immediately after telling C-SPAN Nation that they fully support the President on this issue.
I don't think I've been more correct about something in my life.
What's the worst that could happen? And intellectually incompetent justice could be confirmed onto the Supreme Court. Like that's never happened before.
Monday, October 24, 2005
So, I've decided that there are few artists in rock and pop music more underrated than Warren Zevon. Unfortunately, he gets tagged with the "novelty act" label because of Werewolves of London, but he has a catalogue of pretty good songs. Lawyers, Guns and Money and Excitable Boy are fine songs, as is Poor Poor Pitiful Me. Anyway, I was just thinking that as I was on my computer this evening.