Sunday, September 26, 2004

Here's the Difference

Junior Codpiece said in an interview with FauX today that he had no regrets and would still have shown up in that Commander Wedgie costume for his "Mission Accomplished" speech, to which Kerry, not surprisingly, replied, "Unbelievable."

"I will never be a president who just says mission accomplished. I will get the mission accomplished," said the Massachusetts senator. "That's the difference."

That's the effin' difference, indeed.

Dammit, people! This insane fiction that some of us "undecideds" are laboring under has got to come to an end. There are only 35 days left, soon to be only 34 days left, and that is dangerously close to only one month standing between us and the crazy thing the Repugs are going to pull in October to swing the election. (Where is Osama?) There is not a damn thing that Dumbyass has done that has bettered this world one iota, and there is no indication that he has any interest in bettering the world for the majority of us worldwide. If you want to keep the US of A a secular state, you will be well advised to vote for Senator Kerry. If you prefer not to live in a military zone a la the Gaza Strip, you would do well to cast your vote for Mr. Kerry. If you value drinking water and non-poisonous gulps of air, vote for Senator Kerry. If your particular interest is national security, educational opportunity, fiscal responsibility, a social safety net, or government accountability, let alone a thriving democracy, then may we humbly beg you last-minute decidin', commitment phobia-havin', political procrastinators to just buck up and do yourselves, us, your grandkids, and some nice foreign people you never met the favor of voting for Senator Kerry.

God.


Dissents and Laments

1 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'm suprised that with Bush bragging about how "tough" he's been on terrorism, the Democrats have made not made an issue over the fact that the architect of the 9/11 attacks is still roaming free. I'm also quite dismayed by the fact that the issue of the amount Iraqi civilians dying in Iraq has also not been raised (it's big news when the one thousandth american death in Iraq is tallied, yet not when thousands upon thousands of innocent Iraqis have been killed).

--Dominic

http://www.cityshots.blogspot.com

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