1. A question for those Republicans who are slamming Ron Paul for betraying “party unity” by not endorsing McCain: If Paul had won the nomination, would McCain and his McCainiacs have endorsed him? (No fibbing, now.)
2. Starbucks has quotations – usually insipid or moronic ones – on its coffee cups. Mine today’s was from Madeleine Albright: “There is a special place in hell for women who don’t help other women.” I wonder if it’s anywhere near the place in hell for people who think killing half a million Iraqi children is “worth it.”
Being the sci-fi geek that you are I am suprised you didn’t make a Firefly joke with the “special hell” line. If you haven’t seen that show, then stop everything you are doing a go see it now.
Maybe in the closest possible world in which Ron Paul wins the Republican nomination, McCain has views much closer to Paul’s than in the actual world, so he does endorse Paul.
To Steve: or people who talk in the theatre!
To David: or more likely (since it would involve fewer changes), Paul has views closer to McCain’s (interpreting that in the sense where it isn’t saying just the same thing).