Where does the good go


Ah! The Gulf of Tonkin incident and subsequent resolution made it seem as if they had. So he fell for that, as everyone did. He voted to wage war against Iraq because he fell for that, as everyone did. He’s learned. Next time he needs hard proof, like a smoking crater in New York.
Make that another smoking crater in New York.

War against Iraq. Crater in New York.  Who said there was a connection? He put a period between them and a hard return. God, what more do you liberals want? 

(As usual, Lileks suckered me in with another adorable Gnatecdote:

It’s Gnat’s fourth birthday Friday. I’m in Merlin mode: as she gets older I feel younger. I can’t imagine what my life would be like without her – I’d just be kicking the sawdust, measuring my life by the piles of magazines I take out to be recycled every other week. She saved my life; giving her every Barbie in the world is the least I can do.

But then made me pay for continuing the read. Sigh)


  1. asphnxma Says:

    Are you saying Dawn 2.0 is some sort of new and improved Dawn? If not, maybe you should refer to her in some other way.

    I think I’ll call them “D-Squared” when they’re in the same room.

  2. Alceste Says:

    Random off-topic thoughts: do we have to call you “Dawn” at your end of birthday season party? Will we otherwise reveal your secret identity to those who are coming from the so-called blogosphere? Will it even matter, for I’ve already caught myself referring to you as “Dawn” rather than Dawn when speaking to Dawn 2.0?

  3. Dawn Summers Says:

    hahahaha, no, it doesn’t matter. My secret identity is only for purposes of hiding from googlers.

  4. Gib Says:

    And fighting crime, right?

  5. Dawn Summers Says:

    Right. :)

  6. pearatty Says:

    Ooh. I hereby remove my former objection to being called Dawn 3. I didn’t realize y’all meant Dawn 3.0. As in, 3x as good as Dawn 1.0 :)

  7. Hi there Says:

    Are you there?

    Thanks for clearing this up .

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