I, Scooter.

wellitywellitywellity. not everything i had hoped for, but the investigation is still open. perhaps Libby will bring down the house of Card in a plea deal. "Possibly Maybe." -Bjork here is a copy of the letter that Libby sent to Judith Miller, releasing her from the confidentiality agreement between them: "Your reporting, and you, are missed. Like many Americans, I admire your principled stand. But, like many of your friends and readers, I would welcome you back among the rest of us, doing what you do best – reporting. You went into jail in the summer. It is fall now. You will have stories to cover – Iraqi elections and suicide bombers, biological threats and the Iranian nuclear program. Out West, where you vacation, the aspens will already be turning. They turn in clusters, because their roots connect them. Come back to work – and life. Until then, you will remain in my thoughts and prayers." "weird" does not even begin to cover it. it sounds like code, with all the "they turn in clusters, because their roots are connected." but who am i to judge such delicate poetry and sentiment? good to know that New York Times reporters and senior White House staff retain such professional distance. check this out: http://www.serienoldies.de/main/picture_show.php?id=178&pic_id=727&PHPSESSID=9a210b166dd21a8abd77f486f4cbfaef and to compare senior staff poetry, let's check mr. ashcroft's lyrics: "Let the eagle soar, Like she’s never soared before. From rocky coast to golden shore, Let the mighty eagle soar. Soar with healing in her wings, As the land beneath her sings: 'Only god, no other kings.' This country’s far too young to die. We’ve still got a lot of climbing to do, And we can make it if we try. Built by toils and struggles God has led us through." i think i prefer scooter's; much more subtle. but ashcroft's imagery IS powerful. you decide!

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