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Tuesday, February 27, 2007

The Spirit of Strom Thurmond


Soon after the blast, Cheney -- who officials say was never in danger from the blast at the sprawling base -- went ahead with talks with Afghan President Hamid Karzai in the capital.

The meeting had been scheduled for Monday, but was delayed when Cheney was snowed in at Bagram soon after arriving from Islamabad on a visit shrouded in secrecy because of security.

Karzai and Cheney met one-on-one for 45-50 minutes at the presidential palace in Kabul -- longer than the planned 30 minutes -- before an expanded meeting with staff and advisers.

The pair made no comment after the meeting and Cheney flew out for Oman aboard a military C-17 Globemaster named "The Spirit of Strom Thurmond" after the staunch conservative politician.

His visit came as Washington said al Qaeda and its Taliban allies were regrouping on Pakistan and Afghan soil.

Just think, if Strom Thurmond had been elected President in 1948, we wouldn't have had all these problems over the years.

These people are evil in ways we haven't yet thought of.

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