18 February 2008

Is it a warning? Is it a sign? Is it a people who have lost their mind?

[James Blunt – “I Can’t Hear The Music” from All The Lost Souls]

It embarrasses and shames me to think that on this day next year, President’s Day 2009, George W. Bush could very well one day be among those honoured. He could be included on that list of mostly worthy Presidents that we celebrate. The list of greats like Washington, Lincoln, or an Adams. It disgusts me in fact. I didn’t vote for him the 1st or 2nd time he cheated, er, was elected to the highest office in the land and I’d never vote for anyone in his family irrespective of their party. All the dignity and grace of the White House has been tarnished by this idiot cowboy who’s been allowed by many in Washington (including the Democrats) to run loose and remain unaccountable. It makes me sick to my stomach.

On a brighter note – with any luck – this time next year Hillary Clinton could be among those Presidents to possibly be honoured in coming years. It’s small – but it offers some relief to know that the reign of terror is nearly over - because no matter who gets elected – anyone will be better than who we have now. 10 ½ months and counting……

GO HILLARY!!!!!!! www.myspace.com/hillaryclinton

Thanks for tuning in…Until next week…CHEERS!!!

Here's a fascinating video about Barack Obama....you can also go to www.obamatruth.org to read some very interesting articles about him....


Anonymous said...

Hi Lara - I thought presidents day was just for Lincoln and Washington, not for the vermin scum that have occupied the office since after Reagan. If that's the case, I'll honor Bush (both of them) with two flushes.

Lara Schuler said...

Anonymous, according to Wikipedia:

"In the late 1980s, with a push from advertisers the term Presidents Day began its public appearance. The theme has expanded the focus of the holiday to honor another President born in February, Abraham Lincoln, and often other Presidents of the United States. Although Lincoln's birthday, February 12, was never a federal holiday, approximately a dozen state governments have officially renamed their Washington's Birthday observances as "Presidents Day", "Washington and Lincoln Day", or other such designations. It is also interesting to note that "Presidents Day" is not always an all-inclusive term. In Massachusetts, while the state officially celebrates "Washington's Birthday," state law also prescribes that the governor issue an annual Presidents Day proclamation honoring the presidents that have come from Massachusetts: John Adams, John Quincy Adams, Calvin Coolidge, and John F. Kennedy.[1] (Coolidge, the only one born outside of Massachusetts, spent his entire political career before the vice presidency there. George H. W. Bush, on the other hand, was born in Massachusetts, but has spent most of his life elsewhere.) Alabama uniquely observes the day as "Washington and Jefferson Day", even though Jefferson's birthday was in April.[2] In Connecticut, while Presidents Day is a federal holiday, Abraham Lincoln's birthday is still a state holiday, falling on February 12 regardless of the day of the week."

Irrespective of the actual President's celebrated I think it is understood by most Americans, however falsely that may be, that ALL Presidents are included in that day.

and by flush - I hope you mean the toilet!! LOL...thanks for writing in!!!

Cheers! Whomever you may be!


Anonymous said...

Hi Lara -

You know who this is!!! ;)