Friday, June 25, 2004

Never Enough Frank Exchanges Department

Ooh, such naughty words from the second most-powerful man in American politics! That just won't do at all!

Oddly enough, the Washington Post ran the quote verbatim, without even the typical self-censorship that most newspaper editor f---s employ. Apparently there were a few complaints, including an email that said, "How utterly sad for your fine paper."

Fine paper? What about the fine institution of the Senate, or of the Vice Presidency?

In reality, I am not particulary concerned about the use of any obscenity by any adult. However, it is not hard to see Cheney's outburst as another crumbling brick falling from the tower upon which Bush's presidency stands. So, Mr. Cheney, by all means--cuss like a sailor, every day, from now until November. You deserve the chance to vent that overloaded spleen of yours, given that you aren't getting nearly rich enough off Iraq yet. Curse away! You'll feel better. Especially after Election Day.

Wednesday, June 16, 2004

Never Enough Reagan Memories Department

Can't remember all the things that Reagan did while in office? Too young to even know what he did? Here's a little reminder. Don't choke!

Oh, for what it's worth, I got zero hate mail for my earlier post. I kinda figured that the notion of some neo-con putting a pillow over Reagan's face would have resulted in some sort of reaction! For shame! Just for that, I'm spanking my readers--both of you. Bend over.

Thursday, June 10, 2004

Never Enough Creepy Conspiracies Department

I know it's dreadful to think of such things, but I couldn't help but wonder this morning at the timing of Reagan's death. So far it's provided a respite from talk of Iraq, allowing continuing deaths and strife to be buried under endless eulogies for a man who largely doesn't deserve the praise he is still receiving.

So what if, say, some nameless Bushie paid a visit to Reagan's ranchhouse and, when Nancy wasn't looking, put a pillow over Ronnie's face? You know, just enough to weaken his health further. I can't imagine any conservative (especially neocons) wanting to kill Reagan outright, mind you, but it would be awfully convenient if he did die, just in time to remove some heat from Dubya's failures.

OK, I have a sick sense of humor. Growing up under Reagan/Bush will do that to you. Here's proof.

Monday, June 07, 2004

Never Enough Schizoid Leaders Department

Bush's Erratic Behavior Worries White House Aides

If only half of this article can be corroborated, and if Americans at large could find out about the story, I don't think Dubya would stand a chance at re-election. Guess that makes me an Enemy of The State... of Bush's Mind.

Damn psycho.