Do we even know what the rebels are about or support or what they want Libya to look like other than that it not be led by the current leader?
That was the occassion for Al Haig's second-most famous quote, where he explained that the coup was an internal matter to Spain and the US didn't have an opinion.
Tat was the occassion for Al Haig's second-most famous quote, where he explained that the coup was an internal matter to Spain and the US didn't have an opinion.
I love it all, but I think we'll come to regret the quorum tactic. And sooner than later, and later, too. We've got our own little version of the Tea Party going now and have no choice but to continue but the genesis in the lousy parliamentary maneveur is regrettable and may be fatal to any long-lasting movement.
Egyptians should be embarrassed. They had the power to overthrow Muburak but they lived under him for 30 years. It was only until the government could no longer meet the price of their compliancy - apparently, a relatively inexpensive loaf of bread - that they took action.
On Being Female
And I loved your work with Mike Nichols!
I don't understand that - the comments didn't seem so out of control. Certainly not enough to lead to hurt feeeeeelings.
"But yeah—not a lot of people know how to “court” anymore, sorry. It’s an unfortunate side effect of the equal-rights movement and the mass confusion it caused among men who had no complimentary ideology to feminism…"
Scene: a park
Ideology walking by, notices feminism sitting on a bench, reading.
Ideology: My, you look lovely today.
Feminism ignores ideology, holding the book in her hands slightly higher so that he won't see her reddening cheeks.