Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Random Ramblings

  • Have you ever noticed that usually a few days prior to JW holding a major press conference or when addressing the nation on all things "terrorist related" another Osama Bin Laden video tape mysteriously appears out of the ether? Didn't that just happen again last week just prior to General Patreus laying out the government's strategy for bringing some of the troops home from Iraq ...something which George W doesn't want. You don't suppose that Osama is paid an appearance fee by George do 'ya?
  • Speaking of JW's address to the nation last week, I watched part of it all the way through.
  • How about those brain surgeons over at Diebold ... you know the company who manufactures those paperless voting machines that can be hacked and these morons have released a photo of their master key on their website that is good enough for anyone to copy. Perhaps Darwin was right!
  • The greatest act of faith is when a man decides that he is not God. Apparently Dick Cheney has not made that leap yet.
  • My Wadgit Khan Watch now stands at 158 days. Has anybody seen hide or hair of him. Well you wouldn't see any hair per say. He gets his toupees made and fitted by my barber. But that's another story. If there's a Wadgit sighting please let me know,
  • To Mayor Miller of Toronto .... it is good to remember that in levying taxes and in shearing sheep, it is well to stop when you get down to the skin.
  • One of the most perplexing questions of our time: where do all the solutions go after a candidate is elected?
  • From what I can see, DUHlton McGuinty is in the business of explaining to others what he personally does not understand while trying to save both sides of his face at the same time.
  • Stephan Dion is the only man I know that knows how to live without an identity.
  • Watching the Democrat and Republican presidential hopefuls on CNN (Cartoon News Network), I have come to the opinion that American political debates are the lowest form of human communication.
  • OJ Simpson is back in the news once again. Obviously he is a proven space cadet. But as we have since learned that in Las Vegas he had his lucid moments and was merely thick as a brick.

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