Well instead of a president trying to calm the masses with "what me worry." we now get to hear a president say "change, change, change, change....."Good evening gentle men; I did see the discussion is still quite lively.
For those of you who care, I did add a signature. That name is what my hunting and fishing buddies call me and that will do.
One thing they will not call me is "liberal". If you think I have been a major source of your rectal discomfort, sign in as a participating PETA member. I do not suffer Limbaughites lightly, nor do I have any affection for Frankenites, either. While I tend to vote Democrat, I am not adverse to voting for a really good Republican. The last election I was faced with a choice of voting for a weather vane politician and a professional funny man. I ended voting for the third party candidate as he was the only candidate from this planet.
I live a conservative life style. I have been married 42 years to the same woman. My son was a national merit scholar. My daughter also had a full college scholarship. They are polite and successful and don't wear their hats backward. I own a house, two trucks and a car. I have two shotguns, a rifle and three hunting dogs. I eat meat everyday.
Now some of you coyotes have a habit of thinking you know more about me than I do. Frankly, I am quite pleased to tell those that do which road to take to the Great Furnace.
As for King George, the Illegitimate, Limbaughites listen up, this president has been nothing but a disaster. He is like an animated version of MAD magazine. (What me worry.)
No weapons of mass destruction? --"What me worry." New Orleans drowns --"What me worry." No competitive bidding on Iraq--"What me worry." Billions of dollars disappear in Iraq's reconstruction--"What me worry." Air force lost track of billions of dollars--"What me worry." Give away public hunting lands--"What me worry." Abstinence doesn't work--"What me worry." Insult the French, one of long historical allies--"What me worry." Wall street in shifty deals--"What me worry." Planet going to hell--"What me worry." Jobs moving wholesale to China--"What me worry." Bridges fall in Minneapolis--"What me worry." Blowing up the national debt--"What me worry." Mission accomplished--"What me worry." Ad infinitem.
Thankfully, George What-me-worry Bush is headed for Crawfordsville. I have a nice bottle of champagne cooling for that evening.