I don't know that he'll say or do anything which will lend credence to the "Grand Plan/Hillary '08" theory; rather, he and Kerry probably think Clinton can make a difference in close States, get-out-the-vote stuff.
Kerry's opponent, Democrat Representative Joe Hoeffel argued: "This is campaign trickery. He's not supporting John Kerry for president. He's trying to have it both ways, and get the benefit of these signs."
Specter has been known to cross party lines.
General Barno called Afghanistan's October 9 elections a success.
The same could be true, albeit on a less grand scale, of Zarkawi.
Yeah, I said goodbye to this season several innings ago. After three games, the series was almost a coronation. You know, I felt a smidgen of sadness when the cameras panned the youngsters in the stands in Fenway, their dreams of "Go Sox!" having been crushed by the dreaded Yankees.
Now that the tables have turned, I guess I'm allowed to refer to David bleepin' Ortiz and Johnny bleepin' Damon.
Quite a story, these Sox.
Sorry Man.... tough break.
But hey, there is one way to get vengence: Cheer for the Cardinals.
Something to chew on.
From a guy hoplessly in Illinois Cheering for St. Louis...
Came across your blog today. Great stuff. Agree with you about the coming metaphors -- though I'll for a Cards-Sox World Series.
Noticed you were a sports fan. Hoping you could add a Blogroll link to my "College Basketball Blog,"
http://collegeball.blogspot.com. I'd very much appreciate a link on your site.
And would gladly return the favor, adding you to my blogroll.
Yoni Cohen, http://collegeball.blogspot.com
College Basketball Blog