Hillary, Lies, and Videotape
However, Joshua Keating at FP Passport is skeptical that Sarkozy is engaged in more than mere "window dressing." He cites French Foreign Minister Bernard Kouchner's comments that "There are a lot of good ideas that can't be put into practice," and replies: "Sounds like somebody got a talking to. This isn't the first time that Kouchner's idealism has taken a back seat to his boss's more pragmatic priorities."
Read more about France's possible Olympic boycott.
Oh, and one more thing: Finally, New York Gov. David Paterson, who fessed up to extramarital affairs on his first days in office, has now copped to doing blow in his youth.
Robbie Cooper, a conservative military vet from Austin at Urban Grounds, says: "If this guy came out next week and admitted to engaging in child sex trafficking in Thailand back when he was younger, I wouldn't bat an eye." And at Blackline, Nonso Christian Ugbode snarks: "It is understandable that the governor is laying all his cards on the table, however one does wonder how many cards he's got to go. I just wanted to save the governor some more time by coming forward myself before some reporter discovered our love. However I am ready with a nice tweed Chanel suit, just in case the governor needs me to stand by him at a press conference revealing our past times."
While liberal Jeralyn Merritt at TalkLeft calls the admission "refreshing" and says, "I'll take more like Paterson please."
Read more about Paterson's cocaine use.