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Thursday, November 03, 2005

Bill Clinton and Other Liars

Leave it to Bill Clinton to make political hay out of the death of civil rights activist Rosa Parks.

Bubba is now claiming that Rosa Parks was an inspiration to him. Supposedly, when he heard that Rosa Parks had refused to sit in the back of the bus, he started refusing to sit in the front of the bus.

Yeah, right, like Slick Willie ever rode a bus or any other kind of public transportation! He must have meant he refused to sit in the front of the limousine while on his way to classes at Oxford.

And speaking of liars....

Is it just me or does "Scooter" Libby sound like a character straight out of Atlas Shrugged?

Thursday, October 27, 2005

Hurray, White Sox!

Finally, my team comes through. Chicago White Sox, winners of the 101st World Series of Major League Baseball!

Too, too bad Cubs fans. :+((

Ha, ha, ha, ha, ha!

Thursday, September 22, 2005

Introducing, Karen!

Karen is my best, oldest and closest friend. We worked together at another very crazy employment situation long, long ago in a galaxy far, far away.

I'm writing about her because she paid a visit to my little blog today and then emailed me asking me to write about her. *chuckle*


Karen is really a wonderful woman. She is probably the nicest person I've ever known, and she also happens to be the one truly good friend of mine who has stuck beside me through thick and thin. And vice-versa, too. I don't know what we'd do without each other.

She has a beautiful daughter named Gabriele whom I've never actually met in person because we now live so far apart. I'm not even sure how old Gabriele is. Maybe Karen will chime in and let us know.

Here's a picture:

I'm so glad the internet allows us to stay in touch!

Fair Winds/Blue Skies.

Sunday, September 11, 2005

Tragedy and Triumph

Today is the fourth anniversary of the September 11th terrorist attacks on the United States. It was the worst failure of Big-Government to protect us since 1941.

And what was the response? Yet bigger government, more intrusive government, costlier government. We were promised that the government was now ready for any emergency.

And what were the results? Are we safer, more secure now? Obviously not.

The destruction and chaos caused by Hurricane Katrina showed, quite glaringly, that Big-Government is completely unprepared for any civil emergency. Amidst the governmental inaction, all we see is finger-pointing and blame-passing. And all the would-be terrorists out there can now see where our weaknesses are -- all they have to do is figure out how to exploit them. They will.

Meanwhile, private organizations and individuals from all over the country have stepped up to take on the daunting task of helping perhaps hundreds of thousands of people who've lost homes, livelihoods, even families. (For details on how various individuals are making a difference, go here.) This generosity and willingness to help those less-fortunate is one hallmark of the American Spirit. On this anniversary of national tragedy, let's not forget that. Let's not let the terrorists, and Big-Government, win.

Fair Winds & Blue Skies to all.

Saturday, September 10, 2005

Just a Thought

Why doesn't the state of Illinois change it's official motto from,

"The Land of Lincoln"


"The Land of Lost Opportunity"?

It would be more fitting and more honest.

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