Sunday, May 28, 2006

pa·thet·ic \p&-'the-tik\ adj
Etymology: Middle French or Late Latin; Middle French pathetique, from Late Latin patheticus, from Greek pathEtikos capable of feeling, pathetic, from paschein (aorist pathein) to experience, suffer -- more at PATHOS

1 : having a capacity to move one to either compassionate or contemptuous pity
2 : marked by sorrow or melancholy : SAD

Yet again, John Kerry wants to revisit the four months he spent in Viet Nam almost 40 years ago and the NY Times devotedly obliges with Kerry Pressing Swift Boat Case Long After Loss.

Why Kerry Is The Democrat's Nightmare, Return of the magic hat, SINCE THE SUBJECT'S IN THE NEWS AGAIN - are some observations from Captains Quarters, Powerline, and Instapundit, respectively


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