Friday, July 06, 2007

My Interview with the New York Times Editorial Board

SHIMMY: Could the Libby commutation define acceptable ethical standards in an age in which those standards are sorely lacking?

NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD: The President of the War on Terror felt pressured by a million million foul little loves. Probation was an immense, sweating belly.

SHIMMY:
As with Archibald Cox, is this a case where a president has violated every acceptable standard? Will the Democrats lift their heads from the food dish the Republicans placed on the kitchen floor for them and -- at great personal risk -- pursue this case?

NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD: "Harsh! Harsh!" went the death of law.

SHIMMY: The bathtub gives me insomnia. Move the laptop cord and I'll sit next to you on the bed.

NEW YORK TIMES EDITORIAL BOARD: The President of the War on Terror trifles with damage except for common lockup. As a fine Christian justification for Paris Cheney Karla Faye Tucker, Hilton Karla got 250,400 days knocked off her time in a born-again country pouring out joy body to body.

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