Saturday, December 02, 2006


This new job has me busier than a one legged man in an ass kicking contest.
I like it, though. I like it a lot.
Between the job and a new little friend in Austin I try to see two or three times a week, blogging has slipped to the bottom of the list, right after following politics.
Yep, once we got back the House and the Senate, I felt vindicated. Rummy and that cocksucker Ken Mehlman getting fired were gravy.
All is well...we just have to watch that imbecile Bush bumble through the next 700 or so days, which I think will be fun.
...If I had time to watch the news, which I don't.


Unknown said...

I was going to back out of political posts and then got two new, although non-paying gigs.

Glad to see your living life..good for you :)

Lulu Maude said...

So glad the new job's working out... and a little romance? All the better!

BigSis said...

My life's gotten so hectic I'm having to rely on AOL's welcoming blurbs for news.

Looks like Rummy's "letter of resignation" was just a memo telling Bush the Iraq plan was failing.

When the US finally leaves Iraq and its people are slaughtered, the R's can't blame it all on the D's for being too weak to "stay the course."

Its also good that we don't see many nut job R's blogging about how wonderful Bush is.
What do you think W's "legacy" will be?

Lulu Maude said...

I dunno... I think it's time to come back, Zippie, what with Mary C. preggers and all...

BigSis said...

Yeah Zippie, what do we have to do to get you back?

Let me try this:

I think Bill O'Reilly's take on the Iraq Study Group Report was on target. Those cut & run peaceniks on the committee don't know squat about how to win a war.

If those last 2 sentences don't get your goat, then you must love.

Karen Zipdrive said...

I don't know about the 'in love' thing but I'm still busy as hell.
Bill O'Reilly probably gave Mary Cheney the sperm she needed to make that demon spawn she's carrying.
W's legacy will be proving that even dimwitted alcoholics and brain addled cokeheads can still have power if they have enough money and connections.