Am running behind a bit this morning with an article that is taking a little more research time than I anticipated. So I'm starting you guys off with a fresh thread, and a paragraph to ponder. Read this, and tell me what is wrong with this sentence (from the NYTimes):
Wearing a helmet and a flak jacket and flanked by machine-gun-toting bodyguards to defend against insurgents, Secretary of State Condoleezza Rice came here Thursday, insisting that there were new signs of progress in Iraq and that the Bush administration had never sugarcoated its news about the American occupation.
And do click through for the whole article and the accompanying photo of Rice, getting off the plane in Baghdad, wearing a lovely Fall suit and flak jacket ensemble with US Ambassador Zalmay Khalilzad beside her.