Monday, October 01, 2007


Before the Bush administration´s new threat to undertake a military intervention in Iran Mario Cuomo, former Governor of New York, went on Hardball last Friday and gave his take on the issue in what has constituted by far one of the most eloquent comments, made by an American politician, I have heard lately. Matthews is right: Mario Cuomo is so far ahead of the rest! Really worth watching:


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At 2:59 AM, Anonymous ZHP said...

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have a nice day

At 12:45 PM, Anonymous ZHP said...

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At 7:02 PM, Blogger Abhi said...


Just wanna say thanks for showing this clip. I'm from the UK and catch the Daily Show every now and then to see Stewart and Co. taking the piss out of the Bush Government and I'm sure others do to, but it's nice to people like Cuomo as well. I guess the point I'm trying to make is that it's good to see someone talk sense and not hide behind the guise of satire/humor. I'm sure they're tons of people that do, it just we don't see as much of them as we should over here.

Thanks again for a great post.


At 4:28 AM, Anonymous zhp said...

Abhi: Thank you very much for your comment! You said it like it is: it would be good to see more politicians like Cuomo speaking up as eloquent as he does it.

As for Jon, I do like him too but as you say sometimes satire does not seem to be enough.



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