Saturday, March 12, 2016

Things I Learn From Charles Pierce

This is a sleazy bit of treachery by Richard Nixon that was interesting reading. It more than a little reminiscent of the William Casey/Poppy Bush dealings with the Iranians to hold onto their "guests" for a few more months. Allegedly. Maybe someday that story will ooze out, too. Thank you, Mr. Pierce.

By the time of the election in November 1968, LBJ had evidence Nixon had sabotaged the Vietnam war peace talks - or, as he put it, that Nixon was guilty of treason and had "blood on his hands".

Then there's amanuensis, which is a word will never use and likely have forgotten already. And fizbin, which I had long ago seen explained and long since forgotten as well. Thanks again.  

The Nixon treason and the idea that LBJ thought of jumping into the race in 1968 will stay with me for awhile and that was the important info anyway. At least until fizbin displaces Texas hold'em. 

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