Thursday, September 30, 2004

pinions of buddy don: a prophet presdent gits no respeck at home

i wuz trine to splain sumthin to myself n had to pull out the Bible to doot. heres sum verses that proovd hepful:
  • But Jesus, said unto them, A prophet is not without honour, but in his own country, and among his own kin, and in his own house. (Mark 6:4)
  • And he said, Verily I say unto you, No prophet is accepted in his own country. (Luke 4:24)
  • For Jesus himself testified, that a prophet hath no honour in his own country. (John 4:44)
whut i wuz trine to splain to myself is how the local newspaper could turn agin its famus local hero. twuz here that it happend n heres the reasons they put out fer why thar a'doon it:
Few Americans would have voted for George W. Bush four years ago if he had promised that, as President, he would:
  • Empty the Social Security trust fund by $507 billion to help offset fiscal irresponsibility and at the same time slash Social Security benefits.
  • Cut Medicare by 17 percent and reduce veterans’ benefits and military pay.
  • Eliminate overtime pay for millions of Americans and raise oil prices by 50 percent.
  • Give tax cuts to businesses that sent American jobs overseas, and, in fact, by policy encourage their departure.
  • Give away billions of tax dollars in government contracts without competitive bids.
  • Involve this country in a deadly and highly questionable war, and
  • Take a budget surplus and turn it into the worst deficit in the history of the United States, creating a debt in just four years that will take generations to repay.
These were elements of a hidden agenda that surfaced only after he took office.

The publishers of The Iconoclast endorsed Bush four years ago, based on the things he promised, not on this smoke-screened agenda.

Today, we are endorsing his opponent, John Kerry, based not only on the things that Bush has delivered, but also on the vision of a return to normality that Kerry says our country needs.
whut a dis gracefull attack on the presdent! dont mr bush deserve no respeck in his own home town? aint them librul media folks afraid they mite embolden the enemy into attackin our soljers over in iraq?

lucky fer everbidy thats hopin fer the raptchur thats a'gone float jes them few that bleeves jes the rite thangs up to heaven rite befor the end of the worl, they gut em a film maker on the case that made em a film name of "George W. Bush: Faith in the White House," witch it dint git no big run in theaters but twill be sent out on dvd to 300,000 folks in churches. ye kin read all bout that grate wurk of prophesy here.

whuts so good bout thisn is how i wuz afraid them publican had dun lost thar relijun whenever i red this articull bout how thay dun give up on that balanced budget amendment they wun on whenever gingrich n his bunch wuz takin out the contract on amurka back in 1994. fack is, dint they close down the gummint over that problem? but thay wuznt nuthin to wurry bout on a counta ifn the worl is bout to end, ye dont half to wurry nun bout them big deficits on a counta ye wont need no grandchildren to pay em on a counta how thay wont have deficits to be paid once the worl has ended.

the worl is much safer now!

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