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Wednesday, May 10, 2006

Things Sure Do Suck

Man, things sure do suck in America.
That is, if you are listening to the libtards.
The stock market is about to smash all previous records.
Home ownership at an all time high.
Unemployment at its lowest rate in DECADES.
GNP is UP, UP, and AWAY.
Largest one month receipt of tax revenue on the nations history.
Five and half million new jobs.
Gas prices going back down...

And all of this while we are fighting a war and recovering from the worst natural disaster in U.S. history.
Man, somebody better impeach that man.

2 Comments:

Blogger moonbat said...

Um, I think you had better recheck your notes. The market is tanking. The housing bubble is about to explode slime all over you. Gas in my town is $3.69 for the good stuff. The war is costing in lives and treasure, way beyond the slam-dunk it was supposed to be. The medicare RX plan is fucked. No child left behind is actually a negative experience for lots of teachers and students.
Impeachment. I doubt it. I'll settle for seeing Karl (Hitler Youth) Rove go to cell block C as Bubba's jail house bride.
"Things Sure Do Suck," alright. You just have to take off the rose colored glasses you always wear at the gay bath.

7:31 PM  
Blogger moonbat said...

Oh, I forgot.
Recovering from Katrina?
I don't think so.
With Bush in charge we might as well let the whole place sink into the lake.
New storm season approaching and there's still water in the city from the last storm.
God! You call this recovery?

8:07 PM  

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