Give it a 'clicky' and dance your cares away...
Yesterday Bush made the comment that Kerry could debate himself. Hmmm, at least then he would have some competition!
but I like Cat Stevens - ever since I saw the film, "Harold and Maude" many moon(shadows) ago. OK---so his music does suck; but, dammit, that was a fucking good movie and the fact that he did the soundtrack redeemed his work a bit. and I didn't see that tony not Tony had posted a story on his deportation - as soon as I saw it on the wire, I posted it without catching up on my reading. why am I saying all this? .....
"WASHINGTON (AP) - The Republican National Committee acknowledged this week that it distributed campaign literature in West Virginia and Arkansas warning voters that liberals want to ban the Bible.
Sorry it has taken so long to write, but things have been busy at the firm and Brook and not Tony have been taking all the good ideas and running with them (much like this sentence) before I had a chance to.
Daily Show Senior Media Correspondent Stephen Colbert gives post mortem on forged document story:
KING OF PRUSSIA, Pa. -- President Bush mocked John Kerry's credentials to be commander in chief Wednesday, saying the way to bring U.S. troops home from Iraq "is not to wilt or waver or send mixed signals to the enemy." Kerry suggested that Bush, far from bringing American forces home, might instead bring back the military draft.
(AP) — Former pop singer Cat Stevens, a Muslim, was deported to Britain on Wednesday after U.S. officials said his activities could be "linked to terrorism" and his name was put on a U.S. no-fly list.
At some point we have to just accept the fact we are living in a weird pre-Brazil dictatorship. The lighting isn't as dramatic, but there's just as much plastic surgery and it's equally distopic. Our cultural moment has combined economic collapse, war, environmental surrender and reality television. We're nothing if not thorough in our descent into darkness.
'San Francisco Gate' columnist Mark Morford is almost always a good read. His cynical wit just slays me, but his recent column was more on the sad and resigned side.
I'm in school again at etsu. In one of my classes, i witnessed a telling conversation among two kids who were talking about the fact that they will be voting for the first time in November. Listening to them, one could hear the words of their parents flowing out of their mouths (I immediately recalled the day when I, too, was a young Republican). The guy said, "If Kerry wins, this country is doomed." The girl said, "I know! Did you know that he killed a 15-year-old while he was in Vietnam?"
(from a new investigation by US News and World Report... and welcome back Bill)
Sorry for being gone so long but it feels good to be back, got my snark engine refilled, etc etc,,, Marilyn says hi!.
Audience boos as Bush offers best wishes for Clinton's recovery