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January 27, 2007

Simon Says: I’m At A Loss…

by Simon Jester

The current crop of politicos are as vapid as they claim GWB to be.  I can’t write doggerel to match their idiocies — Shakespeare would gape, and Twain would reach for the whisky.

So, if the Muse fails me? I’ll fall back on quotations. 

Thus on the Democrats, and the Republicans, blundering towards the bottom of… well, something:

Error can point the way to truth, while empty-headedness can only lead to more empty-headedness, or to a career in politics.

Thank you, Number Ten Ox… and Mr. Hughart.

>;-)


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  1. VAPID?? I looked the word up. It means un-intelligent. These people are definitely intelligent. And so were the Nazis (to some extent)
    Draw your own conclusions.

    Comment by marvin — January 27, 2007 @ 7:08 am

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