Thoughts On A Sunday

It's been wet here in New Hampshire for most of the week, though at least there hasn't been any flooding.

The rain has kept us from doing any more meaningful yard work or performing any of the last prep work needed before we launch The Boat. I guess it will have to wait until next weekend.


Here's more on Fred Thompson's video slam against Michael Moore. Some are calling it Fred's watershed moment.


Senator Chris Dodd (D -CT) is the latest Democratic presidential hopeful to try the “cut and run” policy in a TV campaign ad. He's sounding little different from Governor Bill Richardson, both of whom believe we should abandon the Iraqi people to the predations of Al Qaeda and Iran. Of course they don't call it that, but that's what the end result will be. But they don't seem to care about that.

How disgusting.


This weekend's Meet The New Press focused entirely on Armed Forces Day, those truly supporting our troops, and those who only give lip service but are working within the halls of Congress to cut the funds needed to finish the job in Iraq. Unfortunately both New Hampshire representatives to the US House have already shown their contempt for our troops and their families.

(Hour 1 here. Hour 2 here)


This is a somewhat abbreviated version of the usual Sunday post. So sue me. I had other things to attend to.


And that's the (abbreviated) news from Lake Winnipesaukee, where gasoline is at $3 per gallon for regular, the boating season will start in earnest next weekend, and where we still don't have our boat in the water.

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