I love when our president lectures the World on the dangers of historical repetition...such as withdrawing troops too early from Viet Nam.
If there was as much transparency in the internal affairs of this administration as there is in his pathetic attempts to sway opinion on the war, the congress wouldn't have had to subpoena half of his staff for questioning on issues such as the attorney firings, or the unwarranted surveillance of U.S. citizens.
With the upcoming report of General Petraeus, this little history lesson can only be his way of starting to lay track for why we need to stay in Iraq. Isn't our president so clever?
However, it seems like his history lessons are rather selective. Why didn't he mention his father's war, Desert Storm, and how he left Saddam in power over a country in chaos? Seems like a similar enough comparison, no?
This White House administration has been a complete and utter disaster, and it only seems to care about making it worse and worse.
I've added two more stars to the tablecloth, but not the filler section.
I was able to memorize the star pattern after the fifth time doing it, but I still can't remember exactly how to do the little filler star. I think I'll just do a bunch of big stars before I do any more filler stars. That way, I'll be able to remember the filler pattern more easily.
I've also just finish turning the heel on the second Kaffe/Regia sock.
It shouldn't be long now before I'll be wearing this pair of socks.