Composed last night, this is way late. But...


  • Bill Clinton threatened ABC News' Peter Jennings Thursday night and continued to portray his impeachment as a crime committed against him. NewsMax.com has the transcript:
    CLINTON: …And I will go to my grave being at peace about it [impeachment]. And I don't really care about what they [Presidential historians] think.

    JENNINGS: Oh, yes you do.

    CLINTON: They have no idea ...

    JENNINGS: Excuse me, Mr. President. I can feel it across the room. You care very deeply.

    CLINTON: No, no. I care. I care. You don't want to go here, Peter. You don't want to go here. Not after what your people did. And the way you - your network - what you did with Kenneth Starr. The way your people repeated every little sleazy thing he did. No one has any idea of what that's like.
    He's got his bridge. That may be all he has.

    At the risk of sounding like that woman, Ms. Rondstadt, Clinton sounds a bit like Hitler in the end. Let me explain. When Hitler's empire was falling to bits near the end, he was surrounded by sycophants telling him that everything was alright. (This may have been true of Saddam Hussein, as well. Before he killed himself, Hitler named a successor, a leader for his Reich which fell apart in a few days anyway. Delusional until the end. Clinton is the same way. He has no clue what he's done. (Note, other than that one item, I am not comparing Clinton to Hitler.)

  • Tom Harkin, that lovable Iowa Democrat, has revealed that he is cancerous. He got some skin chiseled off his forehead last Monday and commented: "It's nothing."

  • The portly Linda Rondstadt has lost her soul to the miserable spirit of rabid dilemma. How else can one explain it?

  • I am listening to some chamber music by Felix Mendellsohn. Thanks for the kind words and birthday wishes.

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