Reporter Who Brought Down the 'Runaway General' Dead at 33
The Terror Con
Nate Silver vs. Politico: It's on Again
The Making of a Global Security State
IRS Conspiracy Theory Debunked, Rand Paul Answers Cheney Criticism, and More
You Know How to Whistle
Greenland’s Great Melt Is Pinned On Climate Change
The U.S. Military and the Unraveling of Africa
Negotiating with the Taliban
Dig led by Mike Rose
Dig led by Truthdig Staff
By Gay Talese
By Susan Jacoby $16.32
By Mr. Fish
More Below the Ad
Email to a friend
Get truth delivered to
your inbox every week.
If you have trouble leaving a comment, review this help page. Still having problems? Let us know. If you find yourself moderated, take a moment to review our comment policy.
By purplewolf, July 25, 2007 at 1:52 pm Link to this comment
Oh no.It’s the Madness of King George.
By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 15, 2007 at 5:21 pm Link to this comment
“The down side to any war is there is a lot of people who will die for a political idea.”
And very few of those who die will be from the ruling class.
By Margaret Currey, January 15, 2007 at 11:49 am Link to this comment
Not only did they forget to give him his medication, I wonder if King George is having a reaction to his medication.
I believe the man is stalling and hoping that having a “surge” will win this war that so far seems like a new Vietnam.
But handing a war over to the new president will make him look like a looser from the beginning and if the new president is a Democrat the better that he cannot win the war because that bring the Republicians back into power.
The down side to any war is there is a lot of people who will die for a political idea.
Margaret from Vancouver Washington
By Eleanore Kjellberg, January 12, 2007 at 6:31 pm Link to this comment
Someone forgot to refill King George’s medication!
sign up to get updates
Get Our Feed