Monday, November 08, 2004

Last of the national election politics:
[from StarkTruth]
Quote of the Day:
"In every free and deliberating society, there must, from the nature of man, be opposite parties, and violent dissensions and discords; and one of these, for the most part, must prevail over the other for a longer or shorter time." --Thomas Jefferson



There's a lot of news coverage about this guy that drove himself from Georgia to Ground Zero and took the proverbial eternal celestial dirt nap courtesy of the business end of his own shotgun. A sad story, especially for his family. So what is the reason being given for this?

As if there are seldom logical reasons for committing suicide, it is being reported that 25-year-old Andrew Veal was so upset about the result of the presidential election that he could not go on. If this is true, then unfortunately he bought the lie that the occupant of the Oval Office at Noon on January 20, 2005 was really going to have that much of a direct effect on his day-to-day life.

Of course, you know what is going to happen next. Expect the media to start to blame George Bush and the Republican Party for this. Just wait."

and from
[The Questing]
"Let us all breathe a sigh of relief: there's no re-count this year. Bush won. There you go."

I like the color red:

Thanks to Freedom of Thought for this ^^^^

On another note - not political:

My husband takes Prilosec - he needs Prilosec -

Why is there such a shortage???? and don't say it's Bush's fault.

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