Tuesday, August 22, 2006


While my profession (particularly the "conservative" wing of it) goes berserk over the notion that today's the day Iran might choose to dentonate a nuclear weapon (for God's sake, even Team Bush's own intelligence chief believes Iran is still five years away from a working nuke), the simmering pot in Mexico is coming to a boil.

Which is more likely to affect the U.S. economy and markets -- non-existent nukes, or rebellion on America's doorstep?


(And I'm just comparing two stories within the realm of geopolitics. Don't even get me started on JonBenet.)


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