Tuesday, May 09, 2006

Some things I have read today...

Wapo has excerpts of Mr. Ahmadinejad's letter to Bush.

"How much longer will the blood of the innocent men, women and children be spilled on the streets, and people's houses destroyed over their heads? Are you pleased with the current condition of the world? Do you think present policies can continue?"
Tristero at Hullabaloo has a post on Feingold.
Step one for Iraq is that Bush must leave. Discussions of the relative worth of different approaches to Iraq are pointless until then.
FiredogLake recommends Froomkins "Preparing for Snow" in May.
How he responds to the first questions put to him should be a pretty good indicator of whether President Bush is committed to greater transparency in the remaining years of his presidency -- or whether Snow is just a new face for the same old stone wall.
Tim has a post at MyDD "Why Should You Quit Your Job and Join a Campaign?"
Who knows when we'll have another opportunity like we do in 2006? If there was ever a time to "take six months off," or delay the job search after college, isn't the time now? Don't you get six months to start paying your student loans back after graduation anyway? All your opportunities will still be there, and the experience will probably open a few new ones for you as well. And who knows, maybe you'll decide to make a career out of it? I personally can't imagine doing anything else anymore.

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