Then replace it with something Japanese. The ‘Christ’ in ‘Christmas.’ Cheaters never win. Plus more.
(Page 3 of 3)
The prescription is what will kill the patient in this case!
Don’t call me in the morning…
— R. Philips
Corrales, New Mexico
Sarah Palin thought for about ten seconds before accepting John McCain’s offer of the vice-presidential candidacy. I still wonder why she didn’t think a little more before she accepted. Did she imagine she could do the job, and believe she deserved it?
It reminds me of the old Mike Douglas interview show once when Spiro Agnew was the guest. When the host asked the former vice-president why he kept climbing the political ladder as high as he could, Agnew didn’t say he thought he’d be good at the new position, or that he‘d be helpful to his constituents.
The Illinois governor is the latest to craft his own version of
this blinding blind ambition. His drive came from the
combination of a natural desire for a proper influence over the
choice of an Obama successor, and the less natural appetite in
the American psyche to always ‘Go for the
— James Gavin