junior's notebook...entry 2  

sparkee58 58M
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7/28/2006 2:20 am

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junior's notebook...entry 2

It's been kind of lonely this week what with Condi off to Hajiland to stall the cease fire talks. It just tickles me to watch her flashing that big white smile. I tell you, I shoulda put her in as Defense Secretary. She's so coldblooded, I bet she keeps her heart in the freezer at night. And that smile. She's got the whitest teeth I've ever come across.
Rove came in while I was reading the funny papers this morning.
"It's looking more and more like a stalemate, sir," he said.
"I don't think so. I think Rappin' Granny kicked ass."
"I mean the Israeli- Hezbolla war, Mr. President."
"Kneel...kneel...kneel."
"Sir?"
"Get off your knees, Karl."
"But you said...?
"I wanna make that the new presidential song. Let's get rid of "Hail to the Chief."
"Yes, sir. I'll see what I can do."

Oh, that new Iraq puppet pisses me off. He swore on a stack of Korans he had a plan to make the country safe. Within a week 100 people a day were being killed.
Then...then...then, he has the nerve to come over here and try to bitch slap me in front of the tv cameras, saying the jews should stop shelling residential areas and desist from killing moslem women and babies.
I told him, I said, "Look, Mr. Hajiman, those women can reproduce and have more terrorist babies. And the babies they have now will probably grow up to be terrorists, also.
I quoted him from my second favorite philosopher, Deputy Barney:
"Nip it in the bud, Andy. Nip it. Nip it. Nip it."
Jesus is my favorite philosopher. Pat Robertson handles my quotes from him, if you need one. I'm kinda stumped right now.
"Blessed are the peacemakers, sir."
Rove knows when I'm not happy with him. He closed the door softly as he left, rubbing his eye where the spitball hit him.

I watched "Forrest Gump" again with the vp. I do love that movie. And the thing about it is I lived through all that history and never once met him; never even saw him. I'm a big football fan and I don't even remember seeing him play for Alabama.
Dick is getting on my nerves. He just sat through the movie slouched back in his chair, grunting and acting, to tell you the truth (I know this doesn't happen often) like he was bored. When the war scenes came on he got up to leave.
"Where you going, Deadeye?"
"I have other priorities, sir."
I thought we would bust a gut laughing. It was so loud Rove came running in and when I told him the joke he laughed, too.
"And you, sir," said turd blossom, "protecting Texas from the Viet Cong."
I thought Dick would choke. He plopped back down in the chair to catch his breath."
"So, Dick. Do you think Haliburton is going to start laying off people?" I asked him.
That really got him slappin' his knee laughing.
"There's not much work out there. We...I mean, they might have to shut the doors."
"Just rebuild the entire country of Lebanon, is all."
I know, I know, Lebanon has a democratically elected government and we are supposed to support that throughout the world. But some of these guys just get me going. That Chavez person, he's democratically elected, too. Kicked our oil companies out and took over the oil fields. Then, he had the utter gall to send 50 tons of food and suppies to New Orleans after Katrina. I showed him. I sent it all back. He really pissed me off selling low price heating oil to poor Americans last year. What a fucking tyrant.
What would Jesus say? I gotta ask Pat.
Well, I guess I'm taking vacation somewhere besides the ranch this year. No brush clearing for me. And that's the ranch's main crop. In fact that's the only thing it produces. Well, it does produce quite a bit of bullshit and the funny thing is there's not a steer on it.
That damned woman is going to camp out there again and cry about her dead son. Like it was my fault. Like I should apalogize... appologise... appollogise...
Hell, I can't even spell it.


FrankPicasso 52M

7/28/2006 4:59 am

Hi, Sparkee. Great post. I always enjoy Neocon puppet theater. Crony Capitalism always gives me a smile. Kind of like Rummy, Bechtel, "The Big Dig," and the biggest damn construction contract in Iraq. Cheers, mate!


sparkee58 replies on 7/28/2006 1:17 pm:
follow the money

catseyes23 61F

7/28/2006 9:55 am

It was funny in a way-but it made me cry for some reason.
Maybe I'm just being too sensitive these days.


sparkee58 replies on 7/28/2006 1:18 pm:
that is exactly the response i was trying for

marnison 79F

7/28/2006 10:10 am

apologise...appologise...appollogise

apologetics.


sparkee58 replies on 7/28/2006 1:20 pm:
appologistics

marnison 79F

7/28/2006 10:11 am

hell i can't even spell that.


sparkee58 replies on 7/28/2006 1:19 pm:
is that
apology
for him or
you

rm_1hotwahine 62F
21091 posts
7/28/2006 10:14 am

Damn, I cut myself, on a razor or barb or something.

Yeah, I'm still [blog 1hotwahine]


sparkee58 replies on 7/28/2006 1:09 pm:
...and you're bleeding all over the place.

MoutnainGirl 37F

7/28/2006 1:47 pm

Have you ever read "My First Presidentiary - A Scrapbook by George W. Bush"? It was written a long time ago (2001), but brings me a lot of laughter and is a treasured book of mine.

Moutnain Girl

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sparkee58 replies on 7/29/2006 1:45 am:
i haven't but i'll see if i can find it

marnison 79F

7/28/2006 2:36 pm

    Quoting marnison:
    hell i can't even spell that.
no apology necessary


sparkee58 replies on 7/29/2006 1:45 am:
...ever

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