Tuesday, March 22, 2005

The Minimum of Effort

Convienent how all we can talk about is Terri Schavio. Really draws attention away from the passing of our second year in Iraq and the stalled Social Security bill. I mean if all anybody can talk about is Ms. Schavio's sad story, well, how can we talk about drilling in ANWR for example?

New York Times had an editorial today on the questionable tactics used by President Bush.
. . . in the Schiavo case, and in the battle to stop the Democratic filibusters of judicial nominations, President Bush and his Congressional allies have begun to enunciate a new principle: the rules of government are worth respecting only if they produce the result we want. It may be a formula for short-term political success, but it is no way to preserve and protect a great republic.
Something to consider.

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