Tuesday, June 22, 2004

XXXXIV. The Chapter In Which Bubba Humps a Heffalump, and Almost Loses The Presidency 

I don't know about any of you, but I cannot wait to read Bill Clinton's autobiography. When I was little, the big fad in children's literature was fairy tales told from the villain's point of view. The Giant justified his attack on Jack, the Big Bad Wolf proclaimed his innocence in the Three Little Pigs, and the Witch discussed how she was framed in Hansel and Gretel. I see this as The Starr Report, as told by Bill Clinton. Sure, the original piece was probably mostly fictitious, but this version will be just as fictitious, and even more absurd. The fact that it is getting awful reviews only heightens my interest.
Simple Observations of the Week:

Iraqi Al Qaedans are still beheading people. The American media still beats on Abu Ghraib. At this point, I wish Bush would give a presidential pardon to everyone involved.

Michael Moore and Bill Clinton are uniting to bring out the Conservative vote this November. Kudos to them both.

After 9/11, no one knew when it was appropriate to bring down the flag. After Reagan's death, no one seems to know when to put it back up.

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