Five items for the hell of it...
5. The media has bashed Bush in a one-sided effort to topple a presidency for more than five years, and now when a major media outlet is prepared to show an extremely rare example of something critical of Democrats, they're urging the show to be cancelled. According to a Reuters story, Dems want ABC to cancel its 9/11 miniseries.
4. Tony Blair says he'll step down within one year, but won't set an exact date. His critics want a specific date for withdrawl, even as they want a date for withdrawl from Iraq. AP.
3. Military command of Iraq has been transferred from the United States to Iraq. I wonder if the idiot liberals still think Iraq is part of Bush's imperial designs. AP.
2. The notorious Judge Cashman of Vermont is retiring. This is the ultra-liberal pile of stool who sentenced a child rapist to 60 days in jail. WCAX.
1. Wikimania: people refuse to learn. I have no pity for anyone who posts wikis or entries to the infamous Wikipedia, or relies on them for information.
From TechDirt: "As the British government continues its often misguided attempts at embracing new technologies, apparently the secretary of state for the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs decided it would be a good idea to set up a wiki about "environmental contracts," naively assuming it would lead to a high level of debate and discussion about the topic. Instead, as most of you would probably expect, it was defaced. Not just that, but being a political topic, people used the wiki to simply complain about such contracts, rather than "debate" them. With all that happening, the British gov't minister who put up the wiki has shut it down."