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September 07, 2008

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wastedoxygen

Tell me this is real right now! lol

Strappo

Let's pretend I'm a Republican:

Yes, every single syllable is the absolute truth.

D.E Hoffman

What a waste of learning to read and write.

terence

Thanks so much.

I'm in faraway Italy but you've made me feel I'm right back home.

R.K. Moore

I only wish it were true! Who knows anymore, it wouldn't really surprise me, but it's so hard o prove these days.

windandwater

I love the guy. He's real. He reminds me of one of my best guy friends. He just puts it out there and tells it like it is. He doesn't have anything to hide, like most of the people in Washington.

Billbeau

I fell over reading this, gonna bring my friends back. Damn, funny stuff!

Gotta share this with you ...

Palin's "Tina Fey" glasses are made in Japan.
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/20080917TDY03301.htm
It's not only that she can see Russia from her kitchen window that
makes her qualified to handle questions of diplomacy.Yet more evidence
of her prowess at International relations! But don't you think she should
have patronized a red-blooded, loyal American-based company?

Billbeau

I fell over reading this, gonna bring my friends back. Damn, funny stuff!

Gotta share this with you ...

Palin's "Tina Fey" glasses are made in Japan.
http://www.yomiuri.co.jp/dy/national/20080917TDY03301.htm
It's not only that she can see Russia from her kitchen window that
makes her qualified to handle questions of diplomacy.Yet more evidence
of her prowess at International relations! But don't you think she should
have patronized a red-blooded, loyal American-based company?

Strappo

I'm sure, Billbeau, that the super-patriotic Sarah would have wanted to purchase American glasses. But it's as hard as finding an American-made -- well, damned near anything these days. You see, our friends long ago decided that they could reap bigger profits outside the country, a trend no one deplored until it affected middle-class professionals. By then of course it was too late. Welcome to England circa 1957. As the French quaintly say, Nous sommes foutus.

hazon

Please tell me this is made up? hehehe...this is sooooo funny...the Alaskan Clampetts...tehe

Strappo

Well, shoot, Jethro, shore it's made up!

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