Thursday, July 21, 2005

(Am I) Jaded, or right?

Maybe it's just me, but whenever something big and/or horrible happens, my immediate thought is that Karl Rove had a hand in it. I think this prick would do or say anything to further his agenda (or at least keep his job.) Personally, I wouldn't put anything past him. Anything.

8 comments:

Anonymous said...

Don't worry. You're not jaded, nor right.

You're just a vapid little twit who supposes he has an insight to something with a much more distant horizon than night school has prepared you to comprehend.

Shut up. Go build your puppets. Make your little protest signs. Feel important.

VeloxMortis said...

Don't worry. You're not jaded, nor right.

You're just a vapid little twit who supposes he has an insight to something with a much more distant horizon than night school has prepared you to comprehend.

Shut up. Go build your puppets. Make your little protest signs. Feel important.

Sheryl said...

"supposes he has an insight to something"

Hey Lizzy, did you get a sex change recently?

I've been thinking you were a she rather than a he. But then maybe I don't pay enough attention to what I am commenting on to know the difference.

Lizzy said...

Dear anonymous/veloxmortis,

The thing that strikes me most about you right-wingers is your extreme hostility. Why are you all so angry? You have all the power right now, yet you allow yourselves to get so worked up over a few lefties. Could it be because you know we are right? Hummmm, I wonder.

Sheryl, Nope. No sex change here. I also never attended night school, but I did get an A in reading comprehension in grade school. I think our little friend didn't fare as well.

Damien said...

hey Anony-mouse
Dude you've cut and paste from pre-written material, get original champ.

Rove's going down in flames baby yeah!!!

Sheryl said...

Well, I guess Republicans have a hard time with details and differentiation. But I guess that should be expected from anyone who thinks George Bush is a decent leader.

Snave said...

Hmmm, Anonymous/Veloxmortis must be the person who bashed out my rear tail light on Election night of 1996. My bumper sticker said "Vote Republican, It's Easier Than Thinking!" Someone must have been pretty livid that Bill Clinton was beating a Republican candidate for the presidency, legitimately, for a second time. I like to think that things come and go in cycles, and that what goes around comes around... So whoever A/V is can have their fun now, we'll have ours next.

Damien said...

Sic Transit Gloria, I've got to stop commenting in latin.