Just a general update...
|I didn't post anything for a couple of days. Let's see... on a personal note, I had a pretty good weekend. I saw my buddy, McGinley's band, called Git, play on Saturday Night. They were rocking pretty hard.|
Sunday I hit the gym. I did a chest and tricep workout and then I walked Dagmar (the dog) down at the hooch. I put on boots and a 55 lb ruck for this 3 mile walk.
Monday I went to the gym, did 43 minutes on the treadmill and then did squats. My legs are toast right now.
Ok... on to some current events.
THE BLAME GAME from Nealz Nuze
It seems that Americans spent just as much time trying to assess blame for what happened in New Orleans as they did trying to find ways to fix it. The blame game started before Katrina even made landfall. The first trash can hadn't been blown over before people were saying that the hurricane was -- of course -- George Bush's fault. And why is that? Because Bush hadn't implemented the Kyoto Accords. Two things seemed to be forgotten during this initial rush to blame Bush. First, there were killer hurricanes like Katrina long before this scare over so-called "global warming." Second, the United States Senate, while Bill Clinton was President, turned down the Kyoto Accords by a unanimous vote of 99-0. So, the Senate under Clinton unanimously rejects Kyoto, and then the hurricane is Bush's fault because he didn't implement it. That logic could only work for liberals.