Wednesday, February 22, 2006


Where up is down, black is white, "good economy" means soup kitchens, voting for one person is actually a vote for the other person, where "pro-lifers" support war, torture and executions...

Bush: 'People don't need to worry about security'
Wha? I thought we were suppose to be terrified of terrorist 24/7. So confused.....

Arab Co., White House Had Secret Agreement
The administration did not require Dubai Ports to keep copies of business records on U.S. soil, where they would be subject to court orders. It also did not require the company to designate an American citizen to accommodate U.S. government requests. Outside legal experts said such obligations are routinely attached to U.S. approvals of foreign sales in other industries.
Republicans Split With Bush on Ports
Wha? But Republicans are incapable of spliting with Bush. Barb will be so pissed.

Why do Diebold's Touch-Screen Voting Machines Have Built-In Wireless Infrared Data Transfer Ports
Wha? You mean when I voted for Kerry I really voted 12 times for Bush? My head hurts...

South Dakota passes abortion ban
Wha? State-owned uterus? Glad I don't have one but would I or the state own my girlfriend's uterus?

Food Bank Network Served Over 25M in '05
Cool. Just like when my granddad was a youngster. I hear the soup is pretty good.
"The surveys were done before Hurricanes Katrina and Rita hit the Gulf Coast in 2005. After the hurricanes, demand for emergency food assistance tripled in Gulf Coast states, according to a separate report by the group."
Gladiators fought by the rules: forensic research
Gladiators were Democrats.

1 comment:

davyproctorboy said...

I remember reading in one Studs Terkel book about the Great (What was so great about it? Or about the Great War?) Depression an interview with one man about the soup kitchens and such. He pointed out that for the poor of this country there was no depression. It was life as usual for many people. It became called a depression when other-than-usually-poor people had to live as poor people had already been living.