Friday, November 07, 2008


I can't stand being gone Monday through Friday. Thankfully it is rare, but this week was one of those five day travelling weeks. So I get to the airport early thinking I can catch the earlier flight. Full. A big thank you to all of the airlines for all of the flight cuts. Ok. I'll just take my normal flight. Uh-oh, what's that? It's delayed?? I'm going to be at the airport for three hours with the heartburn I have from lunch AND having to look forward to sitting in coach?? DON'T YOU KNOW I'M MVP GOLD!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Well, at least I have at least two years to look forward to. The Republicans have a dangerous game to play with the new President-elect. Filibuster and look like obstructionists in a time of extreme crisis or roll over? To be in those back rooms...


Anonymous said...

"Our failure to stand by the one person who continued to stand by us has not gone unnoticed by our enemies. It has shown to the world how disloyal we can be when our president needed loyalty -- a shameful display of arrogance and weakness that will haunt this nation long after Mr. Bush has left the White House."

What are your thoughts on how disgraced President Bush is and how do you think it reflects on the country in terms of our resolve and willingness to finish the fight?

As a BO voter... do you want a hasty retreat from Iraq... or will we be able to finish the fight?

PassTheChips said...

Bush - It reflects well on our democracy. You screw up like he did and you pay for it at the voting booth. Mistakes can not be rewarded.

Iraq - measured withdrawal that does not put our troops, our country, or our national interests at risk.

I don't even know what finish the fight even means. I don't think Bush does either.

John said...

Lesson learned from Vietnam and Iraq; never start a war with no exit strategy.