Friday, February 02, 2007

The Short but Happy Political Life of George W. Bush...

En cosmic variance salio un articulo que dice:

"I just found out that Molly Ivins died. I have been a huge fan of her books and columns, and enjoyed the perspective she brought to the worst administration in American history.

Ivins was known for her incisive wit and her strong liberal views, which stood out all the more given her Texas roots. If you want to understand our president’s ignominious background, the range of his business failures and bailouts, and his callous record as governor of Texas, you need do little more than read her wonderful book Shrub : The Short but Happy Political Life of George W. Bush.

In an epoch when good journalism is hard to find and much of our most honest news comes from humorous sources, Ivins was a national treasure and will be sorely missed."

Me dan ganas de leer el libro.. no se porque, pero hay cosas a veces que coño son sorprendentes y para mi Bush es una de ellas... (El reloj del 'Fin del Mundo' esta 2 minutos mas cerca del fin...)

 "Growing global nuclear instability has led humanity to the brink of a "Second Nuclear Age," the group concluded, and the threat posed by climate change is second only to that posed by nuclear weapons."

A ver si el pesimismo de mi abuelo sera realidad.... : /

Post a Comment