March 9, 2007
Good Morning News WatchTopics: News Summary
For a quick scan of the news, Jules Crittenden has a survey of the good news and the bad...
In other news, a wildlife biologist in Alaska has learned that making a moose mad can bring down your helicopter (ht-Harry Owens); Katie Couric has had a bit of lesson of her own and has to know by now that her input at CBSNews means butkus; Ali Rez Asgari, the ex-Iranian intelligence official, is spilling his guts out to Western intelligence agencies (the Iranians claim he's been out of the loop and knows nothing about their present capabilities, which tells me he knows a lot about their present capabilities); the Dems are working overtime to ensure defeat in Iraq and bring the terrorists to America's cities; Newt Gingrich admits that he has sinned (if it's true, as his ex-wife contends, that he discussed divorce terms with her while she was recuperating in the hospital from cancer surgery - he's a real jerk); and lst but not least is a report that assures us all that we should all go to sleep at night knowing that our borders are indeed - not secure. It seems that while hundreds of U.S. law enforcement agents intercepted imaginary Cuban migrants during a massive training exercise in south Florida, two boatloads of actual Cubans sneaked ashore. So much for our law enforcement agents securing our borders. They apparently are better at capturing imaginary illegal aliens than they are the real ones.
Posted by Richard at March 9, 2007 6:43 AM
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