We haven’t reached Nirvana yet – we need More Government!

November 6, 2006

The government is doing too much? If they are doing too much, then why are there still homeless people in America? Why haven’t we figured out how to cure cancer, diabetes, Parkinson’s, or other diseases? Why is there still crime on millions of streets in America? If you ask me, the government could be doing more to solve these problems, but we have an administration who hates the government and they are running it.

Hahaha! Some people just crack me up


Need I say More?

September 4, 2006

Get this ****** ****-ing government off this ****** ****-ing plane.

Source: NY Times

Mr. Burns – US Senator

September 2, 2006

When life immitates art:

Republican Sen. Conrad Burns, whose recent comments have stirred controversy, says the United States is up against a faceless enemy of terrorists who “drive taxi cabs in the daytime and kill at night.”

“The point is there are terrorists that live amongst us. Not only here, but in Britain and the entire world,” said spokesman Jason Klindt. “Whether they are taxi drivers or investment bankers, the fact remains that this is a new type of enemy.”

“In Washington, Senator Burns is a respected voice on the issues facing rural communities in Montana and across the nation,” Bush said.


Mr. Burns: Quick Smithers. Bring the mind eraser device!
Smithers:You mean the revolver, sir?
Mr. Burns: Precisely.

Carter Glass

September 2, 2006

Incidentally, the elderly are the most affluent social category in the US. But let’s not allow facts get in the way of rhetoric.

If You Want to Break a Leg

September 2, 2006

Go Belgium!

More Terrorist Plots

September 1, 2006

This is not quite new, although worthy of the title of this blog:

No. 1 item of terrorist destruction? The infamous bra!

It fits quite nicely, along the nefarious plots to make bombs out of of: hair gell, baby formula, and recently: nail polish.

Don’t you feel sometimes they’re giving them ideas?

If Only Political Debates Were Like This

September 1, 2006