I would really love those out there in Dubya-lover land to explain to me how they could read the New Yorker editorial this week and still vote for him. What a lucid, thorough and elegant indictment of Bush’s record over the past four years.
One of those bitchily amusing Brits at the Guardian took irony a little far. And as a result, Charlie Brooker is apologizing for asking where the presidential assassins of yesteryear are today. Here’s what the Guardian posted on Sunday: The final sentence of a column in The Guide on Saturday caused offence to some readers. [...]
Bush’s encroaching senility, his God-o-mania, reasoned analysis and much more from the Sunday Toronto Star. Media critic Antonia Zerbisias wrote the following: Media losing battle of the bulge.
Toronto Star media columnist Antonia Zerbisias takes a rather churlish look at the Dick Cheney- John Edwards debate from last night. She thinks Uncle Dick lied! Imagine!!
From nytimes.com … Bill Doskoch Toronto, ON ————— TV WATCH On Cable, a Fog of Words About Kerry’s War Record
Although I don’t need even more proof I’m a catastrophizer with horrible political instincts, here goes nothing: I’m starting to think Dubya will be the one standing on Nov. 2.