Skip to comments.The Guild 3-3-2004 Political Ghost Story
Posted on 03/03/2004 5:11:05 AM PST by BigWaveBettyEdited on 04/13/2004 2:35:34 AM PDT by Jim Robinson. [history]
It happened at the annual Lincoln Day Dinner of the Allegheny County Republican Party, March 20, 1991, at the William Penn Hotel.
At the time the first George Bush was still flush with victory in the Persian Gulf, and dinnergoers chortled over a videotaped presentation of assorted senate Democrats backpedaling in the wake of a war they'd opposed. Ted Kennedy was shown. News clips were shown. But for Kerry, the speaker simply read the two letters, to everyone's amazement.
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Anyone else notice the resemblance?
My bond with Termite is only $128 a year. If you don't have one, the initial expense can be high, but the annual is usually reasonable.
The bond covers annual inspections and treatments. I mistakenly believed that meant I wouldn't get termites. Now I understand that it is simply insurance for treating an infestation and repairing any damage. (He told me there's no way to avoid an infestation, it's just a matter of luck.)
Teared up with "Safer, Stronger."
Just one of the many reasons I appreciate our president, his subtle, wry humor. It comes in so many ways, like this picture. :-)
Both of my sentors will make a person gag and spit. At least yours is easy on the eyes, as long as he keeps his mouth shut.
Isn't it though...here this 65 year old lady is falling down and nobody is doing anything, save for the one daughter who looks upset but is doing nothing. Meanwhile, the hubby, is totally oblivious...
A look at possible Democratic nominees for vice president in the 2004 election: top row from left, former Democratic presidential hopeful retired Gen. Wesley Clark, New York Senator and former first lady Hillary Rodham Clinton, Sen. John Edwards, D-N.C., and Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif.; bottom row from left, former Democratic presidential hopeful Rep. Dick Gephardt, D-Mo., former Democratic presidential candidate Sen. Bob Graham, D-Fla., Sen. Mary Landrieu , D-La., Sen. Blanche Lincoln, D-Ark. (AP Photo/Files)
A look at possible Democratic nominees for vice president in the 2004 election: top row from left, Arizona Gov. Janet Napolitano, Sen. Bill Nelson, R-Fla.; Fannie Mae Chairman and CEO Franklin Raines, and Pennsylvania Gov. Ed Rendell; bottom row from left, New Mexico Gov. Bill Richardson, former Treasury Secretary Robert Rubin, Iowa Gov. Tom Vilsack, and Virginia Gov. Mark Warner. (AP Photo/Files)
Possible? In whose universe? I mean really, Landrieu and Rendell? LOL!
Let's just be blunt: The North Koreans would love to see John Kerry win the election. The mullahs of Iran would love it. The Syrian Ba'athists would sigh with relief. Every enemy of America would take great satisfaction if the electorate rejects the Bush doctrine and scuttles back to hide under the U.N. Security Council's table. It's a hard question, but the right one: Which candidate does our enemy want to lose? George W. Bush.____________________________
And some conservatives will be happy to help, it seems.
I sure never thought of James Lileks as a conservative. Guess I was wrong.
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