Sunday, December 18, 2005

Yakkety Yak--Shut the heck up.


He's talking again. George Bush.

Methinks he doth protest too much. I would be willing to impeach him, and everyone in the chain of command after him, just to avoid the prime-time interruptions.

Mr. Bush has proven himself a traitor to freedom and the Constitution he swore to uphold and defend. Whether this is intentional evil or blundering incompetence or the result of his puppetmasters pulling his strings, it's time for him to go.

What would replace him? Would it be any different? Mr. Cheney isn't any better--SSDD, don't you know. Is there someone who would better fill this role--and by better, I mean someone who would lead the country to a state of anarcho-capitalism or at least pure Constitutionalism. Is this possible, given our current Congress?

Go to your local shopping mall (better yet--a Wal-Mart) on a Friday or Saturday evening, and sit on a bench where you can see the people walk by. As each person walks past, say to yourself, "That person helps pick this country's rulers." There's a wake-up call!

Is it possible, given our system of government where lawmakers are selected by the people, for this country to return to a freedom-centric status in a peaceful manner?

Is there a country in history that has?