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Thursday, 3 February 2005
Post State of the Union Thoughts
Mood:  celebratory
That had to be the single greatest State of the Union address in decades! How can anyone argue against lower taxes for everybody? W nailed it, all the way home! Watch out, liberals, you're on the verge of extinction.

In closing, a quote:
"Jobs are created when the economy grows; the economy grows when Americans have more money to spend and invest; and the best and fairest way to make sure Americans have that money is not to tax it away in the first place." -W

Posted by Al at 9:05 AM EST
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Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 9:24 AM EST

Name: Pete G.

Amen, Al -- amen.

Not to mention a plan (finally!) to save Social Security. AND a reduction of the national debt BY HALF in 2009. Wow, I wasn't expecting that.

Freedom in on the rise, terror on the run...low taxes for every American...improved health care benefits...and social security benefits for our children. A clean sweep. Magnifico!

Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 10:30 AM EST

Name: Jack Russell
Home Page: http://syndicate-pl.tripod.com

Al,
Quite a page you run over here. I have a quick question, which may be a bit off topic, but I'll pose it anyway. If Stanely Roper and Ralph Furley from Three's Company were in a fight, and by that a mean a boxing match- gloves, the ring, a referee and everthing- who'd win? I think Stanley might have the strength advantage, but Furley's got that reach, and he's fast, so I guess I'm not sure.

Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 11:21 AM EST

Name: Al

Jack,
Listen, I'm as much for having fun on a blog as the next guy, as long as the next guy's not some kind of pervert or something. But there is a time and a place for this kind of stuff. Pete and I are in the midst of the thorough political analysis my readers have come to know and love. They are probably not interested in hypothetical boxing matches between secondary characters in a 70's "jiggle comedy" at the moment, no matter how intriguing the match-up. In other words, that stuff may fly at other more liberal websites, but not on my dime, okay.

With all due respect,
Al

Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 2:00 PM EST

Name: Peter G.

Al,

This, too, is a bit off topic (forgive me in advance), but I think it should be pointed out that the Bush sisters are some fine looking young women.

Especially little Barbara. Mmm-mmm. I could go for some of THAT! The fat one is okay, too, I guess. Come to think of it, what would it be like to have both at once? A menage a trois with the First Sisters?! Oh, brother -- that's what I'M talking about!

Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 2:03 PM EST

Name: Al

Peter,
Please don't use French on my blog.

Thursday, 3 February 2005 - 2:20 PM EST

Name: Peter G.

Right. Sorry, Al.

Just saying -- a THREE-WAY with the First Sisters?! Awesome. I got a "weapon of mass destruction" for them!!!

And again, I'll even give some love to the chubby one. I don't discriminate against the fatties; that's just the kind of guy I am. They need love, too. I'll take her down to the presidential kitchen and roll her in some flour...

Friday, 4 February 2005 - 11:15 AM EST

Name: Al

Pete,
Not sure I like the direction you're taking this but I have to ask, what constitutes fatness to you? You've said that one of the Bush sisters and Oprah are fat, chubby, etc, but Oprah looks great, and the Bush family is very healthy all around, except the eldest Barbara, who is a little denser than the rest, and I guess Neil too.

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