i refuse to watch -- as lies make my head hurt and ears bleed....
Priceless...I just put a rude post...now can not access Blogger..shit...anyways...the vise is nice- can we use it on the king's........???
I tried so hard to listen tonight. . .perhaps the vice was covering my ears. Or maybe I just have a friggin' brain! ;)
lol You read my mind. If I hadn't been assigned to watch the speech, I probably would have just waited for the Daily Show's highlights...
I listened to him. He is absolutely completely beyond the pale. He now says Liberty in Iraq means a government that listens to the people? Hey, Numbynutz, Liberty starts at home! Either the whole situation is insane, or I am. He's got us in a place where no matter what we do, we're screwed. Same as impeachment bringing us Prez Cheney. Gah! Does the man want to force a coup? Sweet Jeezus -- pass that vise, will ya, dada, before my brain starts leaking out my ears. ~~ D.K.
az - I don't blame you. It was basically the same thing he's been saying for four years now.squishy - yeh, watching Bush speak is such a waste of time and Stewart cuts the BS and goes straight to the quick, which is far more efficient time-truth-wise.e4e - I had a terrible time accessing anyone's "blogger" blogs yesterday. Very frustrating. You think--now that their new baby is out of beta testing--they're hinting for us to make the move?john good -- if I was a betting man, I'd bet my life savings on the latter, i.e., you just have a friggin' brain. (I'm glad last night's over, my neck is so sore from all that extra weight of that vise.)Raed: I know, I get this lump in my throat, my hands get clammy, knees get weak, I suffer chills for Bush everytime he explains things like liberty in Iraq while destroying ours. I'm just so thankful he and Condi never learned the meaning of hypocrisy. Sanctimonious bastards!
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