Thursday, December 28, 2006

Bluebird skies

Only got to see them during walks and running; not like I was up in alpine country skiing or hiking, but it was a novelty.
Not buying the benignity of Gerald Ford. He just looked harmless and dopey. Underneath was the mean spirit and cold heart of your average GOP thug.


Blogger JS said...

I don't know, isabelita...Ford may have been a gentler soul than that. I heard his son speak twice and, if what son said was true, he was more concerned about the country than his cohorts. He apparently thought it right for Nixon to be punished for his crimes, but felt that allowing a public trial would cause the tear in the country's social fabric to rip in ways that would be impossible to repair. Ford may have allowed himself to be branded a coward and accept our wrath. Today, though, I think it time for a presidential trial so we can stop a butcher and help begin to rebuild a national sense of humanity.

12:49 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

At least he didn't drag us into a war we didn't need...and he said that the W, Rove and Co was wrong to do so.

2:48 PM  
Blogger Unknown said...

P.S. Isa, you should pop over to Neil Shakespeare's location today for an interesting post re: Ford/Saddam.

Blog on Isa, Blog on all.

9:58 AM  

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