Thursday, December 14, 2006

Florida's Mr. Putzarama goes Chamberlain

And Now, Historic Photo Ops With Senator Bill Nelson


WTF, d00d?

In a direct affront to the Bush administration, a Democratic United States senator spent an hour Wednesday with Syrian President Bashar Assad in Damascus, asking him to do more to stabilize Iraq.

Senator Bill Nelson, a member of the Armed Services and Foreign Relations committees, met with Assad after the State Department said that it disapproved of his trip.

" I decided to go with the middle-eastern motif."

Well, at least he didn't come away empty-handed:

"President Assad has clearly indicated a willingness to cooperate."

Indicated a willingness? Wow! Now, that's historic, baby!