Thursday, November 18, 2004

Hugh Hewitt opines in the Weekly Standard that nobody but George W. Bush could be Time’s Man of the Year…so he won’t.

My official prediction: the father of modern terrorism, Yasser Arafat


Brian said...

I am almost positive that the person needs to be alive to be named by Time as Man of the Year, or I'd say you could be right.

Anonymous said...

I think they can name dead terrorists. There are no decency rules with this deal.

Even if they think it might be Bush, they couldn't give it to him and would give it to "his brain" instead, Karl Rove.