Shrub is my pet peeve!
Thu Feb 24 00:28:01 CST 2000
What I really want to know is whether his house is
built on a Pet Cemetary? If so, would Buddy and Socks
be replaced with demonic pets raised from the dead?
Assuming that pets reanimated by the father of lies
infected the whitehouse, how would this affect George
W's foreign policy stance? If the prime minister of
Japan were disemboweled by a partially decomposed
rottweiler would we be forced to go to war with Japan?
I will leave these and other questions to persons more
qualified than myself (perhaps Mead will write some
cards about this possible scenario for WW3). I must
say however that I was shocked to learn that this
country has a long history of racism that extends its
filthy hands all the way to the country club houses of
this country's rich and dedicated leaders.
Robert Tankersley <roberttankersley at HOTBOT.COM> wrote:
Perhaps I should rethink my stance on the "covenant"
but. I am obviously not a realtor or a lawyer, but my
gut instinct is that the Governor of a state, or
someone who is thinking of representing people in a
public trust, should think twice about buying property
whose title is based on old racism. That the covenants
aren't right is not the question-- I realize that.
However, I think that it is legitimate to question the
sensitivity of someone who is a party to this
"covenant," particularly when that someone is waging a
battle royal to be my President. I think that
necessary examination of his sensitivity is more than
a sound-bite. However, in the end, that is not my
primary objection to Bush's candidacy, either. So I
will drop it. But it does trouble me...
If it weren't for my horse, I would have never spent that year in college
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