So great. Read the whole story over at Hewitt
The long hard kiss, yowser. Hat tip: Jeremiah. Thanks, these stories are my favorites.
BTW Hugh Hewitt was great last night on FOX. Caught the replay at 2am.
Good intel over at MEMRI on the latest developments in Iraq;
Sayyed Ayad Raouf Jamal al-Din was elected, on December 15, 2005, a member of Iraqi Parliament on the Iraqiyah list headed by former prime minister Dr. Ayad Alawi. He is a distinguished religious scholar persistently calling for the separation of religion and state. During the first meeting organized by the Iraqi opposition to Saddam, held in Nasiriyah in April 15, 2003, Sayyed Ayad declared: "In defense of religion, I call for secularism... The Holy Koran has been hijacked by the state for a long time, and it is incumbent upon us to save religion from the grip of the state."(1)