A short day at the Hand today. We are still working on our Rahm piece. Our apologies on it's lack of completion but, one more time, can you please wait for the actual endorsement before you start arguing with me? I received three e-mails condemning my position already.
We have something special in the works. An interview with a local young man who was discharged from the military under DADT. The wrinkle is that he is straight. He has agreed to go on the record. Our first conversation was a portrait into the literal absurdity of the policy. The first installment will be Monday.
Today, aside from petitioning, politicking, researching and continuing to shake our heads in disbelief generally, we managed to post some things. We noted a great essay by Peter Beinart. The Tennessee fire debacle continued to be, well, inflamed. Joe Miller joined Sharron Angle in the realm of utter hypocrisy. The U.S. Chamber of Commerce continued to appear more like a domestic enemy than an economic advocacy organization. Rush Limbaugh lived up to our usual expectations. Lastly, we made the mistake of reading the latest on Carl Paladino before eating.
We end with Thomas Newman's score from "Road to Perdition."