And remember, being able to laugh at ones own party is healthy! I loved the Clinton and Edwards bits from this one as well as the Ashcroft material.
I am a senior citizen.
During the Clinton Administration I had an extremely good and well paying job.
I took numerous vacations and had several vacation homes.
Since President Bush took office, I have watched my entire life change for the worse.
I lost my job.
I lost my two sons in that terrible Iraqi War.
I lost my homes.
I lost my health insurance.
As a matter of fact I lost virtually everything and became homeless.
Adding insult to injury, when the authorities found me living like an animal, instead of helping me, they arrested me.
I will do anything that Senator Kerry wants to insure that a Democrat is back in the White House come next year.
Bush has to go.
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Here's an updated version of it too.
take a look it made me laugh :-D Hee hee hee hee hee!
by Scott Ott
(2004-10-07) -- Under pressure from Democrat vice presidential candidate John Edwards, President George Bush today issued an executive order abolishing the Central Intelligence Agency (CIA), and outsourcing U.S. international intelligence gathering operations to Cable News Network (CNN).
The move comes in response to charges by Mr. Edwards that the president doesn't really know what's going on in Iraq.
"[Bush] won't acknowledge the mess in Iraq," said Mr. Edwards. "All you have to do is turn your television on.''
At a Rose Garden signing ceremony, Mr. Bush thanked Mr. Edwards for the suggestion.
"As president, I have daily briefings with intelligence and national security officials," said Mr. Bush. "And yet with all those bright people in my office every day, not one of them has proposed that we just turn on the television to get an accurate picture of the situation on the ground in Iraq. Brilliant."
At campaign appearances in recent days, Mr. Edwards has expressed concern that Mr. Bush is "in denial about everything."
After the announcement, Mr. Edwards said, "I'm encouraged that my intervention appears to have been successful. The first step to recovery is to acknowledge you have a problem."