Tuesday, May 04, 2004

Who would have thought ...

that in a single day, I would have found myself agreeing with both George Will
"But if any Americans want to be governed by politicians who short-circuit complex discussions by recklessly imputing racism to those who differ with them, such Americans do not usually turn to the Republican choice in our two-party system.

This administration cannot be trusted to govern if it cannot be counted on to think and, having thought, to have second thoughts. Thinking is not the reiteration of bromides about how 'all people yearn to live in freedom' (McClellan). And about how it is 'cultural condescension' to doubt that some cultures have the requisite aptitudes for democracy (Bush)."
and George Dubya
'Peace and freedom depend upon this election. Prosperity for the people depend upon this election.'
Since we know they can't be counted on to think, they can't be counted on to govern. And since peace, freedom and prosperity depend on this election ...we need to get rid of this guy.


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