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Tuesday, October 10, 2006

Bill Bennett Makes Case for Staying Home in November

Neo-coo-coo Bill Bennett makes a compelling - but far from perfect - case for staying home in November.
If you want Donald Rumsfeld hauled before Congress every week justifying the war rather than fighting it, stay home.

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If you want to see the war in Iraq defunded to the point of withdrawal...stay home.

If you want to keep the border unsealed, stay home.
Will do, thanks!

For what it's worth I pretty much agree with
Joe Scarborough.
Former Florida Rep. Joe Scarborough, a member of the GOP class of 1994 and now an MSNBC television host, wrote that he would prefer "an assortment of Bourbon Street hookers running the Southern Baptist Convention than having this lot of Republicans controlling America's checkbook for the next two years."
I say I pretty much agree with the statement because I would rather have the hookers running Congress. It would be nice to screw a member of Congress every once in a while instead of getting screwed by them. And frankly on almost any issue a homeless crack whore would be better than the Republicans in Congress. Taxes? Whores don't pay them, so why should we? Terrorism? Screw it, lets give the terrorists their 40 virgins in the here and now. Hugo Chavez? He'll shut the fuck up with a dick in his mouth. Energy crisis? We'll all ride prostitutes to work. Middle East crisis? Nothing good blow jobs / cunnilingus for all couldn't solve. Health care? I don't know about you, but I would care a lot less about the rising cost of health insurance if I had three blond hotties blowing me every night. So remember, when it comes to the elections: Hoes up, Rs down.