Friday, November 12, 2004


Some website have to be seen to be believed. This one is absolutely amazing. You would think it was a hoax, but it's not!

Monday, November 8, 2004

U.N. to the Rescue!

Thank goodness the world has the United Nations. All those suffering from genocide in the Sudan can rest easier tonight knowing that the U.N. is going to "probe" the situation. The U.N. is going to act quickly. They have already appointed a commission and will report within three months.

And the liberals in America want the United Nations to direct our foreign policy?

Wednesday, November 3, 2004

Wish I Hadn't Said That

Jimmy Breslin wrote a great piece for Newsday on November 2, 2004, the day of the Presidential Election. It looks like he might have a been a tad too confident.
"One day last May, I assigned the election to John Kerry...Now I am so sure that I am not even going to bother to watch the results tonight...Besides, if I was up, so many people, upon seeing every word I said of this election coming true on television in front of them, would be kissing my hands and embarrassing me with outlandish praise."
You just can't make stuff like this up. In this column Mr. Breslin lambasts everyone from the liberal media to the conservative pundits for calling the election so poorly and not understanding the American people as well as he does. How embarrasing. It looks like he should have stayed up and watched the results before he wrote his column.
A final quote from Newsday:
"This is Jimmy Breslin's last regular column for Newsday. He will write from time to time."

"Congratulations, Mr. President...."

were the words John Kerry has reportedly said to George Bush just minutes ago. We would also like to extends our congratulations to our President, and to thank John Kerry for not dragging this election out longer than necessary. Behind 135,000 votes in Ohio, with 135,000 provisional ballots to be counted, the chances of John Kerry taking Ohio are very slim to none.

We're glad that the American people have spoken so decisively. Hopefully President Bush and the Republicans will act like they won decisively and use the power that a majority in the House and Senate affords them. Americans are sending a clear message: Conservative values and smaller government are what is wanted, and President Bush needs to take us there.

Tuesday, November 2, 2004

Don't Forget to Vote!!!

It's finally election day! Our family have all been to the polls already. Even Jackson shared his opinion, too bad he has to wait 18 years before he can officialy vote! He doesn't care too much who's running our country at this stage of his life, as long as the bottles keep coming.

We hope that everyone remembers to not only vote, but more importantly to actually read about each candidate, proposition, and issue. There's no point in voting if you don't know what you're voting about!