Tuesday, December 20, 2005

Insensitive And Perhaps Some Offensive Random Thoughts

There was a vote in the House on H Resolution 612 "Expressing the commitment of the House of Representatives to achieving victory in Iraq." Believe it or not, 108 Democrats voted no. Think about that, 108 Democrats are now on record as opposing victory in Iraq. There's your so called "loyal" opposition. We support the troops, we just hope they lose. How dare you challenge our patriotism!!! Here's your link to see how your representative voted.

Less than a month ago the Sunni area of Tal Afar in Iraq was a hotbed of terrorist activity against our troops. Now when an American convoy approaches Tal Afar the residents come out of their homes to wave and to clap. See if you find this story on CNN, the CBS Evening News or in the pages of the New York Times. The fact is that Bush’s plan for Iraq is working. You Bush-haters who want us to fail in Iraq and you Saddam lovers who thinks he should never have been removed will just have to deal with it.

Lorenzo Johnson says plans to go forward with Mardi Gras in New Orleans next year “is Offensive.” Well, maybe this would be a less offensive idea. No more parties, celebrations, fun or good times in New Orleans ever again. The good times they shall not roll. Let's make it a permanent memorial to those who, for whatever reason, just sat there watching disaster approaching while they waited for the government to take care of them. Perhaps New Orleans should become a monument to the lack of self sufficiency these people displayed, and continue to show.
While were at it, there was a tragic plane crash in Miami in the channel used by cruise ships. I propose that we never again allow cruise ships to use that channel. It would be so offensive to let ships full of happy people on their way to a fun vacation pass over the spot where 20 people died. In fact, as of now no more fun for anyone! Not until everybody can be happy! Having fun while someone else is miserable is just plain insensitive.

UPS says that you can ship a Christmas package as late as December 22nd, and it will be there on Christmas Eve. Someone call the US Postal Service and see if they can do that. Once again the private sector out does the government ran program.

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