This was added to youtube in 2006 so it’s an older interview but I hadn’t seen it. It has all of W’s usual cliches and Bushisms (“Let history judge me”, “My job is to do my job”) with the difference that this reporter doesn’t back down.
Thanks to Jenni for sending in a picture of her cat Kiki who bears a striking resemblance to the cat that was stolen in the post below….. Hmmmm.
I suppose the most interesting thing I could say about Kiki is that she
loves pastries. White donuts, blueberry muffins, cookies, cake; you name it,
if it’s sweet and baked, she begs for it.
Also, she loves to play fetch. Other than that, she’s just a typical cat.
More info about this here:
On July 2, 2007, at 9:47 pm, Shenifer, our beloved cat, was stolen from inside our business while we were just a few feet away (please watch the video). We operate a Los Angeles internet cafe that is located 1/2 a block from the Vermont and Santa Monica Blvd intersection. Do to the nature and location of our business, there’s a very good chance that the thief lives within a few blocks of us. Any information that helps to find this man or brings Shenifer back to us will be rewarded.
At least this one, North Carolina Rep. David Almond had the decency to resign almost as soon as word of his inappropriate behavior came out. The North Carolina House Republicans are trying to keep his transgression a secret, but they did force him to resign. An insurance agent, Almond was serving his second term in the House. Impeccable DWT sources tell me he exposed himself in front of a female employee and chased her around the room yelling “Suck it, baby, suck it.” It is unclear whether or not there was physical contact. She filed a personnel complaint.
In a one-sentence letter to House Speaker Joe Hackney, the two-term Republican lawmaker from Stanly County immediately resigned his seat representing the 67th House District.
Suppose we had a man in this country who could control the
wind, the rain and lightning, and suppose we elected him to govern
these things, and suppose that he allowed whole States to dry and
wither, and at the same time wasted the rain in the sea. Suppose
that he allowed the winds to destroy cities and to crush to
shapelessness thousands of men and women, and allowed the
lightnings to strike the life out of mothers and babes. What would
we say? What would we think of such a savage?
And yet, according to the theologians, this is exactly the
course pursued by God.
Robert Green Ingersoll – “Why I Am An Agnostic”