Best of the Best of the Web.

Today’s Best of the Web has a lot of great stuff in it, hence the name.

The first story exposes Senator Joe Biden’s attempt to pander to the Democratic base by saying he would start Impeachment proceedings against President Bush if Bush dared to bomb Iran.  BOTW points out:

Biden–who as chairman of the Judiciary Committee presided over the travesties that were the Robert Bork and Clarence Thomas confirmation hearings–apparently is either ignorant or contemptuous of the Constitution. Presumably one of those legal experts will inform him that as a senator, he has no authority to “move to impeach” anyone. That power rests solely with the House.

There is some on the Democrats’ strong stand for surrender, including the continued rants of John Murtha (This week’s DBOTW winner).  He’s tripping all over himself to reset the bar to where Soros and company need it to be now that the media (and even he) were forced into admitting the truth about the situation in Iraq.

Then there is this gem at the end of the story of Gillian Gibbons, the British school teacher in Sudan sentenced to 15 days in prison for allowing students to name a stuffed bear Mohammad:

Meanwhile, Amnesty International, Human Rights Watch and the Council on American-Islamic Relationshave had the following to say about Gibbons’s plight: .

It’s a statement that is all the more powerful for its brevity.

It’s funny because it’s true.  It’s sad for the same reason.


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