Someone Take The Wheel
It's Question Time!!!
you can text message your questions to the british members of parliament.
Will you please give Americans assurance that you will not become the next GWMonkey, and that you will seek to re-establish what Labour used to stand for when Bill Clinton was President of the United States of America? I was an American expatriate living in the UK at the time, and I remember when Labour was a godsend -- a change from the tyranny of the Thatcher years. The whole world was with you. Can you see that the world is now laughing at you and deriding you, not because you will not stand up for what you believe is right, but because you refuse to act as a representative form of government, thereby forcing your own constituency to riducule you?
Here's where you go:
TAKE NOTE: you need a UK postcode to submit. Here's one: SY245NS
I've finally decided what type of small business I want to open. After I successfully cut my personal debt in half simply by not taking into account my home loan, car loan and student loans, I decided this is the field for me!
I will open a debt reduction counseling company. My company's motto will be: "If It's Good Enough for Dubya, It's Good Enough For You!"
Suggestions for a company name are welcome!
I'm So Embarassed to Be From OK
Senator Tom Coburn (R-OK), a new member of the Senate Judiciary Committee, was at last week's meeting on a bill restricting class-action suits. "You know," he said, "I immediately thought about silicone breast implants and the legal wrangling and the class-action suits off that. And I thought I would just share with you what science says today about slicone breast implants. If you have them, you're healthier than if you don't. That is what the ultimate science shows...In fact, there's no science that shows that silicone breast implants are detrimental and, in fact, they make you healthier."
I'm Shocked, Shocked I Tell You
WASHINGTON (AP) - President Bush is sending Congress a $2.5 trillion spending plan, constrained by war and record deficits, that seeks to slash spending in a number of popular programs from farm subsidies to poor people's health care.
While calling it the tightest budget of Bush's presidency, Vice President Dick Cheney defended the spending blueprint against Democratic complaints that its austerity falls hardest on the poor.
He never meant to hurt no one.
Nahhh...he never meant
to...oh yeah, did i mention he's a "family man"??? ahem.