Did Carter seek U.N. permission to attempt to rescue our hostages in Iran? Come to think of it, even a U.N. mission would surely have been better conceived than the one Carter launched. I doubt that the Democrats are pleased to see Carter getting “air time” just now.
Speaking of the election, my cousin from New York tells me that he saw an ad for Forrester in which a high school student about to take an exam asks his teacher if Frank Lautenberg can take it for him if he fails. Not bad humor, but I wonder if the ad will help Forrester. My cousin also reminds me to “beware of Lincoln Chafee” when it comes to regaining control of the Senate. Indeed, it seems quite possible that Chafee will pull a “Jeffords” if the Republicans get back to 50 seats.
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