Thursday, February 03, 2005

Almost Recognizable

a) It's closed.
b) It's smiling.

Watch out Senator, it might freeze in that position.
I will never be able to fully thank the voters in the 2004 primaries for making me aware of the junior senator from Massachusetts, a man who will amuse me for years to come.

Tuesday, February 01, 2005

Cracks in the Façade

From The Daily Show:
"I’ve watched this thing unfold from the start and here’s the great fear that I have: What if Bush, the president, ours, has been right about this all along? I feel like my world view will not sustain itself and I may, and again I don’t know if I can physically do this, implode." - John Stewart

From the Sun-Times:
"But after watching Sunday's election in Iraq and seeing the first clear sign that freedom really may mean something to the Iraqi people, you have to be asking yourself: What if it turns out Bush was right, and we were wrong?

It's hard to swallow, isn't it?" - Mark Brown

I'm certain that the New York TImes will dispatch their digital freedom fighters to make with the quickcrete and repair this before the cracks get big enough to let in daylight.
Must. Fight. Temptation. To. Change. Kool. Aid. Flavors.

Clearance Days Are Here Again!

I am Ghazi al-Yawer and I will NOT be undersold!

The purple finger of freedom is especially cool.

Sunday, January 30, 2005

And Still Pretty Much Obvious

If you like the voting in today's (yesterday's) election in Iraq, be damn happy that Bush was sworn into office last week here in the U.S. 'Cuz, if it were that long faced guy, I'm certain there wouldn't have been any election:
"It is hard to say that something is legitimate when whole portions of the country can't vote and doesn't vote," Sen. John Kerry, D-Loserville, said on NBC's "Meet The Press." [More . . .]

Democrats. Once again making Perfection an enemy out of Pretty Damn Good.
Thank God for the electorate.