Monday, May 02, 2005

If ever xymphora gets tired of blogging,

...he can pursue a literary career and be assured of making a mark; consider this:
It took two woodsheddings, the first by Bush Administration official John Bellinger III - after which Lord Goldsmith found his natural baritone voice had become a tenor - and then by Blair cronies Lord Falconer and Baroness Morgan - at which point Lord Goldsmith had become a full soprano - before Blair got the opinion he was looking for.