Wednesday, January 24, 2007

Rambling Thoughts on the State of the Union Address

Seeing the President last night reminded me of a line in one of those mass emails you get from friends. I loved it. Someone should send it to Bush.

“Remember... Just going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in your garage makes you a car.”

I wish Bush would stand in a garage instead. He’d make a much better car than he does a Christian.

Minority students are closing the gaps? Where are his stats from? Minority students fail at a 70 percent rate in Florida. That’s a system successful at failing minority students.

The right to choose someplace better to go to school? Are we going to ship the Florida students to Iowa? Talk about a serious commute…

Why can’t the Republicans say something original for once? Tax cuts, tax cuts, tax cuts… and where has that landed our society? Are there fewer homeless? Better schools? Drugs for seniors? To hell with the seniors, where are my drugs?

Clean coal technology? Did you see Cheney smirk when he said that? Is that like, not a failure, just a success that hasn’t happened yet?

Does anyone out there get the scare tactics being used here? Mighta, coulda, woulda… bad things happen if you don’t lock your door at night.

Did Condoleezza go out drinking the night before? Do they have a special cue to pan to her as soon as she looks absolutely horrible? I’m no fan but geeze, cut her some slack.

Was John McCain sleeping or using his Blackberry?

Okay, Nancy? Lose the green sparkles. We get the whole stay at home mom turned high-powered Congresswoman. And stop chewing your lip.

Mercenaries? Did he just say, we will hire mercenaries? Civilian corps for those who can’t pass the physical? Heck, Let’s empty death row and let those motherfuckers go shoot some of those insurgents. Lowers the tax burden.

Always back to taxes.

Enough for now. I just gave my sister in law- the Florida Republican- enough ammo to scream at me for a week.

Or send me about twenty of those mass emails a day to prove her point.


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