http://photos1.blogger.com/blogger/758/1246/1600/student%20radio%20station%20attacked.jpg LIAR PARADOX: Today is a Sad Day?!?

LIAR PARADOX

Whatever Bush says is a lie? That MUST be a truth!

Friday, October 28, 2005

Today is a Sad Day?!?


I don't understand how Mr. Wilson can claim that today is a sad day, because I. Lewis "Scooter" Libby, the Chief of Staff of the Vice President of the United States was indicted for obstruction of justice, not to mention perjury.

You want to talk about some sad days in recent American History, Mr. Wilson? I'll give you a few!

November 2000, that was a sad month for America.

The days of "shock and awe" in Iraq were sad days.

The day that George Bush preyed on the fears of and lied to the American people in his State of the Union address with those infamous sixteen words, was a sad day.

9-11 was a sad day.

When Katrina flooded one of America's most exotic cities, New Orleans, THAT was a sad day.

The day(s) that the Patriot Act was enacted, and re-enacted again, were sad days for America.

But today is a day of victory for the American people who were lied to. Today is a happy day for those of us who have sat here feeling alone and alienated that the country our predecessors have fought for was dying. Today was a day of fresh air for us. Some of the stench has been aired out.

But it's only the beginning. Karl Rove, you're next.

song of the day
: The Dixie Chicks Truth No. 2
The lyrics are so very true to today's events. Click "Dixie Chicks" above for sample of song

I'm so very happy that I feel like waving the flag today. Thank you sister justice!!

3 Comments:

At 8:50 PM, Blogger Thomas said...

Nice blog, have you heard about the new walmart movie that documents the high cost to low price? Check out the sample clip on my blog www.thoughtsoft.blogspot.com, or go to walmartmovie.org
Thanks

 
At 8:58 PM, Blogger banana said...

Thanks, Thomas!

I have heard about it. Are they going to get it distributed through Wal-Mart? Ha ha :-)

 
At 9:01 PM, Blogger kingfelix said...

i was here feeling alone, too, you could have mentioned it.

 

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