Sunday, March 11, 2007

Fantasy Vs. Reality

The NY Times has decided to join the same fantasy world as the rest of us. They ran an editorial, not asking Gonzales' resignation, but for him to be fired. Considering how long it took to get Rumsfeld removed from his position of power, I don't think this is going to work immediately. If at all. The crew without a clue is not going to give up power voluntarily.

No, no, no. No, they didn't. Oh, yes they did. Just when you think the powers that be can't sink any closer to inhumane behavior, they wade in with both feet. Truly disgusting. I guess because the workers were dying already, they just don't deserve any help. Even if it makes dying quicker and more painful. We haven't had the moral high ground for so long, we've forgotten what it is.

Another actor for president. He's one of the reasons I quit watching Law and Order, I'm definitely not interested in him running the country any further into the ground than it already is.

Take the money and run. Have your cake and eat it too. Screw you, we got ours. And yours, so now we're leaving the scene of the crime.

8,200 more troops. Yup, definitely listened to the wishes of the American people. At least the ones surrounding the Oval office, not the ones who voted last November.

Reality wins.

1 comment:

  1. Fred Thompson is actually one of the "former" Goppers that I had a scintilla of respect for. He didn't last long when this bunch came rolling in, and I think I know why.

    Nevertheless, he's a Gopper, and about as likely to get my vote as Chimpy is to tell the truth.