Overloaded

I picked every category for this post, because I don’t have one called “Overloladed.” I must winnow my to do lists to one list, remove some bookmarks that are more time-wasters than valuable (though Fafblog is too good to lose, for one), I need to backup, weed, and resinstall on my laptop, which has become sluggish; aagghh. Overloaded.

manalang.com ? The Home Computer of 2004

manalang.com ? The Home Computer of 2004
Let me join the hordes who will blog this… predicted just 4 years before I was born: Eisenhower was in the White House, the Korean War had been over for just a year, the Supreme Court ruled on Brown v. Board of Education (would Scalia have voted for that?), Joe McCarthy was censured by the Senate… and these guys thought we’d be working with Fortran to program our home computers. Heh.

Talking Points Memo: by Joshua Micah Marshall: September 12, 2004 – September 18, 2004 Archives

Talking Points Memo: by Joshua Micah Marshall: September 12, 2004 – September 18, 2004 Archives”[...]
President Bush has been able to mobilize his manifest failure as a political asset, and the Kerry campaign has allowed him to do so.”

Oh, that is so true. The Cassandras that predicted an awful outcome in Iraq have been proved correct, and as Josh says, it’s off the front pages as an issue. He says elsewhere in the same post:

”[T]he emphasis should be on the undeniable fact that though the way forward may be murky, the last person you want to lead the country down that foggy path is the guy who screwed everything up so badly in the first place.”