I'm starting my St. Patrick's Day going to my favorite hairdresser, no, I'm not getting green hair - at least hopefully not! So the rest of the day will be busy so I wanted to post tomorrow's tiding tonight.
I couldn't find any exciting news to write about without getting totally agitated and it's too late in the evening for that - I would have to drink a complete bottle of wine if I got started on the AIG business. Oh, I have searched the news reports for this bit without any success of finding it - we saw on this mornings network news clippings of tidbits there had been papers that had gone through the Congress about the mortgage problems and the corporations like AIG last year but they were never brought up on the floor for voting. This was before George Bush was out of office. I guess we all knew that though - the Dems are so juvenile, they can't accept responsibility and have to blame the other guy.
One point of interest I was happy to see in Townhall online paper tonight is that Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin will deliver the keynote address at a dinner sponsored by the House and Senate Republican campaign committees. My own personal opinion, I hopes she runs for Senate of Alaska rather than jump back in for the President race i 2012. For her own benefit and experience, I think she would succeed far better and get her feet into the jungle. Not that she doesn't know how to handle herself - I think she's great. I want her to go all the way to the top.
We're off to our favorite Irish pub tomorrow night for some Irish cooking - you all have a great evening! And, Happy St. Patrick's Day.
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