Saturday, March 31, 2007

More Wages of Appeasement

After all these years and after all of these wars and terrorist attacks, some of our leaders still haven't learned.

Update: Melanie Phillips has more on how absolutely Carter-esque the British are acting in this shameful episode.

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At 9:28 PM, Blogger jennifer said...

I am dismayed that the United States has not said that by taking the Brits, you have acted against us.

Do I want another front to the war? No but it already exists, with the Iranians arming the insurgency.

Best of luck this week! Warm sunny wishes from New Mexico (81 degrees:)

At 9:23 PM, Blogger Harry said...

It still seems like we are trying to fight a politically correct war. Britain on the other hand, can't seem to surrender fast enough. Those French lesson are paying off too well.

It's been getting up into the 60s and even the 70s here in Michigan. Flowers are starting to come up and some our bushes are beginning to leaf out. Of course we know we'll be getting more freezing weather.

My family drove through New Mexico a few years ago on our way to my in-laws in Phoenix. It was a fairly dull drive until we got to NM. We took I-40 across the state. Spent a night in Albuquerque on the way there. We decided that next time we would do a bit of exploring.

At 10:36 PM, Blogger jennifer said...

Harry, I grew up in a small town south of Toledo called Risingsun. When I was 3-5 years old I lived in Lancing Michigan. Are you close to either?
I miss the green and ease at which things grew back east, but I struggled with the humidity.
My first year out west I couldn't get over that people had to water just to get grass! How funny in Ohio, we mowed 2-3 times a week:)
I will confess my heart is in the beauty of the desert, you have to seek the beauty but boy is it wonderful!
New Mexico has tons of neat places to visit, and lots of amazing history, so if you do get a chance it is well worth a visit. Just like with everything else ask the locals and you will uncover sights rarely mentioned in the travel brochures.
Enough rambling on, one last thing have you ever been to Cedar Point?
Thanks again for visiting, your blog friend in NM.

At 10:45 PM, Blogger jennifer said...

Oops, sorry, after War and Peace of comments, I forgot to let you know that I added you to my blog roll, I hope you don't mind.

At 8:21 AM, Blogger Jungle Mom said...

I posted something of interest for you on my last post. Check it out.

At 5:19 AM, Blogger Harry said...

I'm about an hour and a half outside of Lansing, but I went to MSU for five years so I spent a bit of time (years ago) in E. Lansing.

The desert is quite beautiful. We were able to hike through the desert around Phoenix, and driving to Phoenix from Payson, there are some spectacular desert valley views.

As for Cedar Point, I've been there a number of times. My wife loves the place. We took the kids there last summer. It's gotten insanely expensive though, and my back no longer enjoys roller coasters the way the rest of me does.

Jungle Mom,
That is a great post. I will pass it on.

At 6:07 PM, Blogger Pam said...

Love the cartoon! You have a great blog Harry. Keep it up!

At 1:52 PM, Blogger Harry said...

Thanks for the kind words. I've actually been to your blog, jumping through Jungle Mom's comment section. I like it. I'll be back.


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