Ramblings from the Desert

The man who trades freedom for security does not deserve nor will he ever receive either. ~Benjamin Franklin

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Author of the urban fantasy novel, The Music of Chaos, and the paranormal romance, The Canvas Thief.

Wednesday, August 03, 2005

Wookie Sex And Politics

Because I haven't mentioned sex in a few post. Can't have folks thinking I'm a prude.

Don't mess with the Wookies...or Wookie sex hoaxes. Seems there was a rumor rolling about that suggested there was a cult of green-shirted teens engaging in promiscuous sex. The article's author, Cyrus Farivar, "outed" them and earned himself a starring role in a Wookie Sex Capade.

Careful with that Wookie. He might pull your...pants off.

Young Repug Bubba Unwinds...
And harkens back to the good old days...when a Old McDonald had a farm, fully staffed with slaves.

Yellow Elephant, indeed.

Because The Only Uniform They Ever Wore...
Was a cub scout uni. The swift boating of Hackett. Appalling lack of respect for our men and women in uniform.

Not That...
The Administration actually gives a rat's ass about them after they've served their country.

To hell with fact and truth, follow the ideology; Which today is calling payments to veterans a "threat to our national security" as stated by David Chu at the Pentagon; so much for supporting the troops; so much for supporting anything but the current ideology of "profits over people" and "perpetual war for perpetual peace.

Funding for programs like veterans' education and job training, health care, pensions, VA housing and the like are "hurtful" to national security, Pentagon official David Chu said. Chu was defending a new round of cuts during a recent interview with the Wall Street Journal.

Schmidt's campaign manager is into the tie-me-down kinky crap.

Good To Know Where Their Priorities Are...
The problem with Iraq and the War on Terror is...it needs a new slogan. Oh, and one doesn't change slogans. It's a "language shift." Terminology, mucho importante.



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