Who'da thunk it? A couple of days ago the President and I finally agreed on something. Today, I’m agreeing with Senator Dianne Feinstein, chairman of the Senate Intelligence Committee.
I’m sure she’d be thrilled but I didn’t bother sending her an email that like I did the President as doing so requires senders to sign up for the Senator’s email newsletter. That’s optional when submitting an email addressed to the President—until the White House finds out about Mrs. Feinstein’s snare and no doubt that will change.
During a recent interview on MSNBC, the Senator from California who has served since 1992, said, “I’m not going to tell the president what to do [regarding the crisis in Ukraine]. But I think the world would very much respect his increased attention on this matter. And I think there ought to be increased attention.”
There you have it. Who says there’s no such thing as bipartisanship.
Senator Feinstein said she’s “not going to tell the president what to do” but maybe she and Senate Intelligence Committee pals should powwow and flip a coin or whatever it is they do to make a decision to see which shaman should screw his or her courage to a sticking-place and be swiftly transported to the White House by his or her armed guards to tell the President what to do.
Hey, I’m not swinging over to the Left. I just know the World is watching.