In One Eye

Sunday, October 23, 2005
This blog, which really began as a cry in the dark against a foolish and unjustified war, has usually been fun to write. Lately, though, it's become a bit of a chore as I find myself saying the same things over and over again.

It seems to me that the mainstream media and/or previously cowardly politicians have finally gotten a little gumption and come to reasonable conclusions regarding topics I've blogged about—specifically:
There are others, but these are the big issues I've tried to follow. As I say, I'm gratified that, in many instances, people are coming around to the attitudes I have and have articulated about them.

Since this is the case, I'm going to be taking a break from the blog. I assume I'll chime in every so often with "a slightly skewed view of the world," but I'm finding that with the big news of the day—Plamegate, the Miers nomination, the DeLay arrest, etc.—being discussed so much better by Digby, Marshall, Legum, et al, that my two cents really are worth just about that.

I have to admit, though, that blogging has been a heck of a lot of fun and really has allowed me to keep up with the news of the day in a much more detailed fashion than I have in more than thirty years.