The Kitchen Test
by Michael Woldu
April 28, 2005
Surely, Clifford May protests
too much. Starting point is to compare likes with likes. What
is intolerable is yelling at people habitually; occasional lapses
are unfortunate, but then we live in an imperfect world, after
all. What I find rather disappointing is May retrivieing and
blowing-up a twenty-year weak moment in Ted Kennedy's life to
justify May's call for the senator to step down from public service.
That certainly is much too thin a straw to support such a weighty
matter. What about a dose of magnanimity, please.
Alameda, CA - USA
Dining Room Test by Clifford May - For 20 years I have kept
my silence. I will do so no longer. In the debate over John Bolton's
nomination to be U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, it finally
has been made clear to me that a human being who yells at another
human being does not deserve to hold high office. It's what Sen.
George Voinovich calls "the Kitchen Test." - More...
Wednesday - April 27, 2005
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