The Holder hearings had him saying that he would be a better Attorney General for making and learning from his mistake in assisting in the pardon of Mark Rich. Can we safely assume that he learned he needs to be more careful and not get caught the next time he wants to circumvent the law? And that he didn't consider it a mistake to pardon the FALN people? What a role model for this generation of law students....
They will probably add to the curricula courses on how to cover their tracks when taking shortcuts.
The President's Farewell Address this evening included the message that if America does not lead the cause of freedom, it won't happen. What a responsibility. One wonders if anyone on the left really cares.
The pundits were talking about the "reaching across the aisle" thing again and it boggles the mind that since Dems only recognize capitulation and acceptance by Republicans as their definition of bipartisanship what hope is there for that?
Since it sounds as though I'm feeling my age this evening, let me put it this way:
I can remember when Merrill Lynch was Merrill, Lynch, Pierce, Fenner and Beane. Now that's a looooong time ago.
God bless everyone and especially the folks who were in that airplane which ended up in the Hudson river. Now that's a really, really good thing.