Good morning ! Today's the anniversary of the Battle of Hastings, in 1066. I suppose it was better that William won, but I have always had rather more sympathy for Harold II.
Going camping with the Cub Scouts this morning, so other matters will have to wait.
Matters look unspeakably grim, politically, but be of good cheer. Cruise over to Blogging Caesar and read his very pertinent motivational piece.
Regime Change Iran, citing the New York Sun, sees Persian, not Korean hands, all over the recent NK nuclear test. Could be, I suppose, but perhaps all the baddies are just working together. I would be in their place. (Cut to El Jefe hallucination: "Paging, Mr. A.Q. Khan, Please answer the glowing paging telephone in the dark concourse").
Speaking of Iran, Michael Ledeen (one of my favorite pundits) over at National Review thinks the Bush administration wants a deal with Iran. Call me agnostic on that one. I buy that they want to stall matters -- delay the mullahs from getting their nuke, but I gather they intend to carry on the underground struggle. . .
Have a good weekend.