On the Plane

Greta Van Susteren Interested in Biofuel. Seriously.

SAO PAULO, Brazil -- Some of the most recognizable television faces from the White House briefing room are not here, another sign that the energy is inexorably shifting away from a lame-duck president toward the campaign to succeed him. No David Gregory, no Martha Raddatz, no Jim Axelrod.

But wait, Greta Van Susteren made the trip down. The Fox television host has an interview scheduled with the president in Uruguay on Saturday. After all, no one has asked the president yet if he has an opinion about the Anna Nicole Smith case. Actually, word has it Susteren is fascinated by ethanol and wants to talk with Bush about his biofuel initiatives. Really.

By  |  March 9, 2007; 12:31 PM ET  | Trip:  Bush in Latin America, March 2007
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O.K. Lay off Greta. I don't watch football or hockey fights much but Greta keeps me up to date on cruise ship murders and way too frisky school teachers. And they are all astonishingly lovely. I mean like they are dating 13 year old boys? I digress. She was on CNN and did a panel discussion show. She is an attorney and very bright. I am sure she does not get to pick her material, but somehow she works with it. I myself looked for a Carlos and Charlie's in the Caymans. I was going to kick the door and find out why they serve underage Alabama girls. but no luck. they don't have one. You should try to meet her. I bet you would be surprised. So I am watching foxnews, and Hannity is lost in Iraq again. But the Riots in Brazil are being shown. there are a lot of people. Very innovative banners and costumes. they don't seem too mad. they look like they dress nice. Not poor at any rate. The folks at the Chavez Rally looked much nastier in that they meant what they said. Someone on CNN said we give Egypt more foreign aid than all of the Latin American nations put together. How sad. How stupid. I enjoy reading your blog. Like in 'The Wind in The Willows' you are 'eyes' for us. Stay safe. Whatever your religious views, I pray for your safety every night.

Posted by: Teka | March 10, 2007 12:31 AM

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