Got halfway done writing a little piece on whether the Dr. Dean campaign is good or bad for the Democrats, then realized what I’d really like to do is go to bed for once at a decent hour.
See you in the morning.
Your satire of the self-abosorbed blogger is brilliant. The come-hither photo, the repeated posts about the details of your life, the high-handed declaiming about political issues . . .
The Onion couldn’t do any better!
It better be good!
The answer, I mean–good for the Dems–we assume the piece will be. But only if it’s the right answer.
Heeheehee. I’ll be curious to hear what you think about it. I’ve seen a lot of analysis saying he’s really bad, but most of it from Beltway goofballs that couldn’t feel which way the wind blew even if they were weathermen. (Or Weathermen.)
Hopefully you won’t make me start looking for another candidate.
And speaking of Wesley Clark, when is he going to make up his mind. He said he’d say in a month awhile back on This Week. Maybe that was only a week and a half ago. I’m afraid the answer is going to be no. You think it’s already too late for him?
Let me save you some time…
Feel free to use that, by the way.
You desperately need a co-blogger. Sure, I accept your invitation! What an honor!
Stephen seems to have developed a rather Bohemian attitude of late towards his blogging responsibilities.
Give him a break! When he writes something, it’s well worth waiting for.
Give him a break? Heck, no! I want my free ice cream sooner, dammit!
oops…that’s what I get for reading too quickly. What I meant to say was this one-word response to your Dizzy Dean debate.
Feel free to use that one too.