We've all watched with varying amounts of shock and disbelief as the second-term Bush administration has assembled its new cast of characters: Condi Rice as Secretary of State, John Negroponte as National Intelligence Director, John Bolton as ambassador to the UN and most recently, Paul Wolfowitz as President of the World Bank.
Via Bump, get a load of this one. Bush's Interior Secretary, Gale Norton, has named as Director of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, the former chief lobbyist for Safari Club International,
an extreme trophy hunting organization that advocates the killing of rare species around the world.
I went to sleep on earth and woke up on Bizarro World.