...don't even ignore 'em.
-- Samuel Goldwyn

Thursday, July 19, 2007


Yesterday on the Today Show, Lindsay Graham admitted he didn't lose any sleep--he went to bed. What can we say about the Democrats' marathon filibuster buster? I guess the question here is, how shall we structure our time between now and January 2009, when a new President and Vice President and, thus, administrative branch, are sworn in?

George W. Bush thinks he's winning. He's going to go down with his ship and he's trying to take us with him. For better or, more likely, worse, it's the way our system works. I wonder who could convince him and Cheney that they could be remembered as wise Americans who came to their senses before it was too late? Is there time for an impeachment trial?

Congress can't get anything done. They. Can't. Get. Anything. Done. Can anyone hear me?

In other, less mature comfortable countries, this would be the moment the Army steps in. In Gaza, one political party ran the other out of town. Thank God we don't do that in the U.S.A.

Ahem, well, here's my voice: Wake up, Senator, Congressperson. Get together on passing a law against George Bush's brain. And make sure you've got the votes to override a veto.

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