100% of me disagree with the direction in which the country is going.
…To all the nice folks that wander through here.
And you spambots, too.
In today’s Manchester (NH) Union-Leader: Gore’s Prize: A Fraud on the People.
Alfred Nobel felt horrible about the uses to which his invention — dynamite — was put. So he endowed the Nobel Peace Prize and instructed that it go “to the person who shall have done the most or the best work for fraternity between the nations, for the abolition or reduction of standing armies and for the holding and promotion of peace congresses.”
Al Gore has done exactly none of those things.
Go and Read for it says what I think.
Shampoo, rinse, repeat.
I got laid-off from my real world gig last night. It would seem that my years of hustle and experience costs the company just too darned much.
Good luck with those $7 an hour, part-time high school kids, there, boss.
If you’re feeling pity for me, and you aren’t a human if you don’t, click on THIS SITE AND BUY A PHOTO. Actually get something for your money!
Com’on, baby needs a new pair of shoes.
Ron Paul as U.S. President is not a good choice for this country’s future.
UPDATE: Some comments on this post:
“I agree. His position on monetary policy is ill-argued, at best.”
“Moreover, his position on the Iraq War is not well thought out and clearly out of the mainstream of American voters. I do, however, like the fact that he has never voted for a tax increase.”
Iowahawk has the scoop:
The surprise morning release of the 38 sailors and marines ended a tense three-day standoff between the British government and a breakaway Lutheran militia group that controls large swaths of the notorious “Manure Triangle” region spanning Iowa, Minnesota and Wisconsin.
I’ve heard they were forced to eat tuna casserole.
The former captives’ ordeal began Tuesday, when the British destroyer HMS Chamberlain was conducting joint training exercises with the US Navy at Great Lakes Naval Training Station on Lake Michigan, just north of Chicago. According to insurgent naval commander Chuck Sorenson, the vessel strayed into Lutheran territorial waters.
“Oh yah, dey were totally on the Wisconsin side,” said Sorenson. “I was tossin’ some empty driveway patch cans out dere in my storage shed and I could see ’em out dere on da lake, big as day.”
I swear I’m up to here with some of these religious fanatics!!