A Sad Day for Us All

Americans have spoken.

And besides the fact that Bush is tanking the economy, besides the
fact that a Supreme Court Chief Justice may need to be replaced soon and
basic women’s rights are at stake, besides the fact that untold
thousands of people have been killed, besides the fact that education is
slipping away, the American people, still paralyzed with fear and
insecurity from the attack, voted for their security blanket, George W.
Bush. He’s not the smartest blanket; heck, he says things like
“subliminible,” and when he’s not reading off a script he sounds like
just some Texan bully who stumbles and stutters when he speaks. He’s not
the most honest blanket, claiming whatever reason he thinks we’ll buy
in order to START a war in a region that already hates us. He’s the
worse of two evils and I truly wish that Kerry hadn’t conceded to him,
but if that’s Kerry’s character, then maybe I’m glad Bush won. If we’re
forced to choose between a spineless intellectual or a resolute moron,
which is better? Some choice. I contend it’s no choice at all. I just
hope I don’t get drafted and have to find out. 😦

Yes, Americans have spoken. But you know what? Americans are stupid.


Author: PhilRW

software engineer, pianist, polymath

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