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CHNN Correspondent RMP sends this picture from Japan

CHNN Correspondent RMP sends this picture from Japan

8 Comments

  1. timothy3 says:

    Great picture, RMP.
    You know, CH, I’ve had a tough day over at UT. The folks who show up for I/P posts depress me utterly, even though I do my level best to treat it lightly.
    I’m glad it’s Friday.

  2. cocktailhag says:

    I know the feeling, T3…. When I got home from work, I was already fighting a losing battle with the down escalator, so I jumped off and put up a post. I felt this need coming on after the first WinSmith, and it only got worse. I admire Glenn’s patience and fortitude, banging the hornet’s nest that way so often. I’m sure it’s cocktail hour by now in Brazil.

  3. Karen M says:

    And if it weren’t, you would have only to move the hands around the watch/clock face a little bit.

    It was a messy day here, too. But I did put up an amusing post Open Salon.

  4. Jim Montague says:

    It appears from this evenings news reports that our worst fears about the Obama administration have come true. The Obama administration now supports the Bush decision regarding Bagram detainees.
    http://www.huffingtonpost.com/2009/02/20/obama-backs-bush-on-bagra_n_168766.html
    I suppose I realized all along the danger of bringing so many Clinton appointees into the mix, but I never imagined it would be this dramatic. Or perhaps I did, while all along believing that progressives would continue to do the right thing. Boy was I wrong.
    Thirty days into this change and I’m biting my tongue. Where do we go next?

  5. cocktailhag says:

    What we’re seeing, I think, is that sheer number of traps the Bushies left, one way in which they were quite successful. The relentless pushback to any change is being applied on every front, organized as always, in hopes of keeping as many as possible of the policies in place. So far, the only thing that works is direct denunciation and ridicule, and while I’ve been encouraged to see it on the economy, the Obama administration seems to be chickening out on the GWOT front. This is a big mistake, because it leaves the old memes in place.