Let the Rushstorm begin.
KUWAIT CITY — President Bush, who welled with tears yesterday at
Israel's Yad Vashem Holocaust memorial and laughed with nuns at the hillside
where Jesus delivered the Sermon on the Mount, promised to return to the Jewish
state in May to celebrate its 60th anniversary.
Mr. Bush culminated his
three-day trip to Israel, where he pushed Israelis and Palestinians to reach a
peace agreement by year's end, with "awe-inspiring" visits to holy Christian
sites in the northern city of Galilee and a somber visit to the Yad Vashem at
which he said the U.S. should have bombed Auschwitz.
Avner Shalev, chairman
of the Yad Vashem's memorial and museum, said tears came to Mr. Bush's eyes twice,...
IRVING, Texas -- Terrell Owens came to the podium last night wearing a
suede jacket and large sunglasses. Wonder if the jacket was waterproof.
Terribly Overemotional, breaking his two-week near-silence, broke down after
last night's stunning 21-17 loss to the Giants when asked about quarterback Tony
Romo's poorly-timed Mexican vacation and whether the bye-week bye-bye with
girlfriend Jessica Simpson was a factor in the upset.
The lips quivered. The voice cracked. The tears could be seen peeking
from behind the sunglasses, the droplets glistening in the cameras' bright
"It's unfair," Owens added. "It's my teammate, my quarterback. If
you do that, man, it's unfair. We lost as a team. We lost as a team.
Monday, January 14, 2008
It looks as if it's okay to get emotional now. Hilary is already leading the country.