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SHOULD PRESIDENT TAYLOR INVOKE THE 25TH AMENDMENT?

I'm pretty certain that Sean is a red herring. Yes, he's doing a lot of suspicious stuff, but didn't he arrange for his wife's plane to move to the head of the line? And let's assume that because his wife's plane was moved ahead the Congressman's plane was still in the sky when Dubako played his trick, there will be an investigation. Sean's little game will be discovered. And he'll look guilty as sin, but guilty of the wrong crime.

Comment Posted By soccer dad On 13.02.2009 @ 09:22

WHEN WILL TONY FLIP?

President Taylor is a Republican isn't she?

I assume that Wayne Palmer, like his brother, is/was a Democrat. So his Vice-President and successor, Noah Daniels is also a Democrat. And since Taylor apparently beat Daniels in a general election, she would be a Republican.

Comment Posted By soccer dad On 28.01.2009 @ 14:01

THE TAO OF JACK

I was going to mention that Ryan Chappelle was killed 7 AM Season 3, but I see that someone beat me to the punch.

The best conversation this week was between Walker and Moss. He's criticizing her for torture and she's saying that she got accurate info. (We know that, she doesn't yet.)

The anti-torture folks say you can't do it, besides it isn't effective. But, in this instance, it was effective. Of course it's fiction. But I know Israel claims that they've used coercive techniques successfully in cases of "ticking time bombs." By saying that coercive methods never work, the anti-torture crowd are saying that there's no choice. In truth, there probably is a choice, but they don't want to admit it. Their position that you let 10 or 100 or even 1000 (or more) die, rather than torture a terror suspect can't be very popular. But that's the choice they have to defend. And they won't.

I think you wrote that Sam is ticketed for the morgue because she's got black hair. I don't think that the murder suicide will be successful. Something about that subplot says: botch.

Comment Posted By soccer dad On 21.01.2009 @ 12:23

MAN WITHOUT A PARTY

Council speak 10/08/2007...

The Council has spoken and declared that Gratefully Not Dead: Iraq Civilian and US Military Deaths Plummet by Big Lizards, an excellent analysis of casualty figures that shows that the "surge" is working is the winner among Council members and that T...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 8.10.2007 @ 10:44

THE WORLD IS STILL HERE

Submitted 09/26/2007...

1. "Jena 6" Update Colossus of Rhodey acknowledges that the sentences meted out in the Jena 6 case were disproportionate and likely racist, but he shows that the rest of the interpretation of the incident is bogus. (I'd emphasize that Al Sharpton s...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 26.09.2007 @ 04:06

THE WAY WE WERE

Council speak 09/18/2007...

The council has spoken. This week's top post among Council members is Okie on the Lam's excellent 2001 - Our own odyssey began on 9/11. Among non-council members the winning post was When the left cares and when it doesn't at the American Thinker. T...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 18.09.2007 @ 06:33

THE WAR TO REMEMBER 9/11

Council speak 09/07/2007...

The Council has spoken. This week's winning council entry was Contemptible by Done With Mirrors a rather brutal (but well deserved) takedown of director Brian DePalma's anti-American propaganda movie. On the non-council side the overwhelming winner w...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 7.09.2007 @ 00:48

JESUS, LORD! ARE THEY ALL HYPOCRITICAL BASTARDS?

Submitted 08/29/2007...

The following are the posts submitted for consideration of the Watcher's Council this week. In They Don't Understand the Incentives (Updated), The Glittering Eye argues that the Maliki government doesn't serve the interests of regular Iraqi citizens...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 29.08.2007 @ 03:41

A STRAW IN THE WIND

Submitted 08/16/2007...

The Watcher's Council's nominations are in: The Glittering Eye presents Re-Crafting U.S. Foreign Policy in which he presents and critiques the foreign policy statements of Gov. Bill Richardson. In Needed Perspective, The Colossus of Rhodey.Hube argue...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 16.08.2007 @ 03:42

MY EXCELLENT ADVENTURE AT YEARLYKOS

Submitted 08/08/2007...

This week's Watcher's Council Nominations are in. Bookworm Room leads of with Always look on the bright side of life. In it she considers the field of Republican candidates for President and, despite the supposed doubts, finds herself impressed with ...

Comment Posted By Soccer Dad On 8.08.2007 @ 21:36


 


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