DALLAS – Three Texas men were indicted on federal gun and conspiracy charges Wednesday after officials linked them to a gun used in the shooting death of a U.S. agent in Mexico.
The grand jury in Dallas returned a six-count indictment against Ranferi Osorio, 27, a veteran of the Afghanistan and Iraq wars; his 22-year-old brother, Otilio Osorio; and their 25-year-old neighbor, Kelvin Leon Morrison, all residents of the southern Dallas suburb of Lancaster.
The Fox story doesn’t give us a photograph, but here is one taken from World News:
Um . . . yeah. “Texas men” is exactly what jumps to mind as I look at this picture.
And for this we have Fox News?
New topic: watching Sarah Palin perform on television is . . . painful. But also necessary.
Personally, I like Palin. I’m sure she’s a wonderful next-door neighbor. And I can forgive her for her babbly, disjointed speaking style. But in this fifteen minute interview, she can’t manage to say anything that she couldn’t have read in just about anybody’s newspaper editorial on the Libyan situation. She didn’t articulate a coherent policy, she didn’t explain why or why not the conflict is in America’s interest, and she certainly didn’t say anything distinctively conservative.
When are we going to wake up to the fact that Palin is the new Richard Nixon: a politician we like only for having obnoxious enemies, not for any articulated policies.