Charlie's Show Prep #66
- Sen. Feingold loves those friendly audiences. Listening sessions rarely bring together people with various views to debate. On Fox News Sunday the senator actually said President Bush's action were worse than President Nixon's abuses. Let's see: possible law-breaking in the hunt for terrorists is worse than attacking political enemies. That only happens in Feingold's world where he thinks he could win the Presidency. Ann Althouse comments. Then there's Tom McMahon's take on Wisconsin's junior Senator.
- The U.S. and the U.K. might have permanent bases in Iraq. The U.S. has had bases in Germany and Japan decades after those countries were invaded. Troops will leave if they're not wanted and it doesn't damage national security. That's what happened in Saudi Arabia.
- The digital revolution doesn't stop. Movie studios will begin really pushing online downloads of movies.
- Desparate Housewives isn't as good as it used to be. Then I don't feel bad I've fallen behind in watching it. Missing an episode of The Sopranos would be really bad. I could get wacked.
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