Saturday, October 09, 2004

Look at my grinch grin.

I dunno, maybe it is just my advanced thought process(or not), but President Bush seems like a child because he smirks every time he says something he thinks is "kewl". I dunno.
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President Bush brings up the Dredd Scott case in a question about appointing a supreme court judge. Not really listening to him though. I'm sure it is just some crazy attempt to connect his ignorant ideas to a just historic cause.
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Sarah Degginhart(spelling?)
Question to Sen. John Kerry
- Abortion not being funded by tax dollars.

Errr, basically Kerry is saying that he will not deny a person the funding for an abortion if they want it and can't afford it. I dunno about this answer. Many people may disapprove. But it doesn't matter. It still isn't as bad as killing over 12,000 innocent Iraqi civilians.

I'm sleepy. Goodnight.

4 comments:

Brandon said...

He usually smirks for the approval of the crowd, just like a high school kid getting kicked out of class, they usually turn to their buddies and laugh or smile hoping that their buddies (or the class) will show approval of his or her actions. Kerry kept Bush hot headed, and on the defensive most of the night, which is something that I like to see. The only problem I have with Kerry is that he is too well mannered, I would have been a bit ruder to Bush and looked him in the eyes and called him a lying sack of shit. Also, most of the audience is selected by ABC and other members of the associated press, and we all know that most of the media is owned by Conservatives or their business associates in the corporate world, I would question whether or not the audience was 'undecided'; to me it seemed as if they were Bush supporters.

Brandon said...

He usually smirks for the approval of the crowd, just like a high school kid getting kicked out of class, they usually turn to their buddies and laugh or smile hoping that their buddies (or the class) will show approval of his or her actions. Kerry kept Bush hot headed, and on the defensive most of the night, which is something that I like to see. The only problem I have with Kerry is that he is too well mannered, I would have been a bit ruder to Bush and looked him in the eyes and called him a lying sack of shit. Also, most of the audience is selected by ABC and other members of the associated press, and we all know that most of the media is owned by Conservatives or their business associates in the corporate world, I would question whether or not the audience was 'undecided'; to me it seemed as if they were Bush supporters.

Brandon Brewster said...

Changes to http://bigfatidiots.blogspot.com/ have been made.

Brandon Brewster said...

Dude, this by far has to be one of the funniest things I've heard, post this on Southern Appeal, lol.

http://www.ericblumrich.com/wmf/malloy.mp3