The address before the United States Military Academy at West Point on Tuesday night will not only be used to announce the immediate order to deploy roughly 30,000 more troops, but the administration will also use the occasion to convey how it intends to turn the fight over to the Kabul government, the New York Times reported.
But the administration may also face an unforeseen enemy as it lays out its long-awaited plans. And they are loud and they are legion: We’re talking about preschoolers and their parents.
That’s because ABC-TV was scheduled to present its annual screening of “A Charlie Brown Christmas” at 8 p.m. tomorrow night. And we don’t know about you, but that show is pretty sacrosanct around our house and not to be trifled with lightly.
via this guy.
Sorry, Barry, but despite all your soaring, high-octane oratory, Linus; the thumb-sucking, blanket wielding savant philosopher of Charles Schulz’s Universe–has yet to be beaten in the “Greatest TV Monologue of ALL TIME!” (from a show which, BTW, would NEVER clear network TV’s utterly PC-compromised “sensitivity police” these days….)