October 25, 2004

On Bush and Lighting

How many Bush administration officials does it take to change a light bulb?

None. There’s nothing wrong with that light bulb. There is no need to change anything. We made the right decision and nothing has happened to change our minds. People who criticize this light bulb now, just because it doesn’t work anymore, supported us when we first screwed it in, and when these flip-floppers insist on saying that it is burned out, they are merely giving aid and encouragement to the Forces of Darkness.

(Sent by Patti)

Posted by James at October 25, 2004 1:51 PM
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Sigh. It is very depressing. I will tell you this much: If George Bush wins this election, I will have no more hope for my country. At that point the only thing that will save us is all out revolt. I have sent in my absentee ballot already, and I voted Kerry. Of course, I know MA will go Kerry anyway, but I had to do it.

The ballot was very clear and easy to fill out. What the hell is the deal with Florida anyway?! Sometimes I think we really would have been better off had we just let the south go it's own way when we had the chance.

I am nothing but outraged at the gall of our present administration and the obvious lack of criticism it receives. I would like to see Bush's pre-election issolationism be brought back as a campaign issue.

Seriously, folks, if Bush gets in. I might just change allegiances. If I dissagree with my government, I fully expect to be called a traitor in some circles. I do not, however, expect that to become an acceptable avenue of discourse. As it currently is.

Posted by: rui campos at October 25, 2004 8:32 PM

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