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Monday, March 21, 2005

The left has no right to call themselves 'compassionate'

Whitehouse.org provides this satirical press release by President George W. Bush on "President Bush announces '66 uses for persistent vegetards'": beanbag chair, cat scratching post, coal mine canary, carpool lane passenger, throw pillow, ashtray, lawn sculpture, puppy teething toy, doorstop, minesweeper, speedbump, insulation, medicine ball and cutting board. Just disgusting.

(Hat tip to Relapsed Catholic)

Posted by Paul Tuns on March 21, 2005 in Current Affairs | Permalink

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The very term "right-to-die" leaves me perplexed.

Like, isn't death more of a biological obligation?

If not, then who here will grant me the favour of eternal life by revoking my "right-to-die"

We all have the same rendez-vous, Terry included, so let's start comming up with some really good excuses.........not to keep it.

Posted by: John Palubiski | 2005-03-22 9:26:56 AM


Whitehouse.org is neither left nor right - it's simply satire. They had similar content during the Clinton years...

Posted by: Greg | 2005-03-22 10:40:31 AM


Left-wing: politics,socialism,media and Hollywood constantly poke fun and mean-ness at the right. More often than not they can't win real and honest debates against the right-Republicans and Conservatives thus their constant put downs rather than open and honest debate. Even the Rolling Stone magazine is left-wing which is why it too pokes mean jokes at President Bush and Republicans but promotes homosexuality and left-wing ideology through interesting entertainment.The main readers of that entertaining mag mostly don't even understand real politics and thus can be more easly fooled into left-wing ideology. The Western Standard mag can leard a lesson here-have sharp and attractive covers on the mag.,.The Ontario Premier cover was "borring and dull" no persons in their 20's would even consider opening the W.S.in that issue. Whereas the Don Cherry cover had more excitement even at work people checked this issue. The April 4th W.S. too is more sharp than the borring covers of only a premier with no colurful back groung. Conservative media is often smart and informed but often borring in the methods it's released to the public. Conservative media wake-up and put-out colourful and entertaining covers n some hipness into the mags, books n newspapers than the sales will eventually go up and up and stay there.

Posted by: Larry | 2005-03-23 6:41:05 PM



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