Wednesday, May 31, 2006

Paragraph of the month

In a piece on the Haster-Jefferson mess, Tony Blankley has the paragraph of the month, if not the year:
The attorney general (indeed anyone who has been in town an hour and a half) should know better than to needlessly ruffle the feathers of such a large and ungainly bird as Congress. While it cannot gain flight, its sheer wing flapping can cause violently turbulent air across the continent. (italics mine)


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