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Everyone is in Rome

Or, so it seems. Some four million visitors have come to Rome, and officials are saying that they are not allowing anyone else to enter. I don’t quite see how they will do this; we’ll see. Rome is said to be paralyzed.
President Bush paid his respects today.

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Bush was wrong to allow Clinton on the U.S. delegation. The Arkansas Traveler has already made a jerk of himself by speaking of the Pope’s "mixed legacy," then explaining what he meant by that, then equating the pope to everyone else in that sense, before the man is even in the ground yet.

To those Republicans like to play nice, bend over backwards for protocol, etc. -- one of these days we must stand up and act on what we know to be true and morally right. In this case, Clinton is a disgrace who deserves no role in the U.S. delegation insofar as we can help it. Ditto for Jimmy Carter, who probably would have said exactly the same thing. BOTH should have been excluded, and the president should have had the grit to explain why and not apologize.

No kidding. What gives BILL CLINTON the right to complain about anyone else’s "mixed legacy"?

Clowns are for birthday parties, not funerals....

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