Politics is supposed to be the second oldest profession. I have come to realize that it bears a very close resemblance to the first.

- Ronald Reagan

Whining, Again

Whining and complaining seems to be what we are excelling at in this country.

Hurricanes are out of our control, and when one causes a flood of the city surrounded by water below sea level, it is a difficult problem, but there is work to be done, and good people are doing the work, while others are complaining.


Stop complaining, and help. (D)emocrats can blame the (R)epublicans later, but now shut up and get too work… if you know how. They don’t know how, so more blaming the (R)epublicans for hurricane damage. Blaming is easy, work is hard. Shut up!!!!! Come together and work! Bush did not cause the hurricane, nor can he or anyone else protect your whiney asses from mother nature!

Why anyone supports (D)emocrats is beyond the understanding of those who can reason.

posted at 13:33:59 on 09/02/05 by clearpolitics - Category: Obviously - [Permalink]

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Kanye Sucks wrote:

I would like to add Kanye West to that sentiment.

09/03/05 09:19:03

Huros wrote:

"The criticism is all the sharper because the President did nothing to alter his holiday schedule for 48 hours. Vice-President Dick Cheney remains on holiday in Wyoming. Condoleezza Rice, the Secretary of State, returned to Washington after being seen shopping for $7,000 shoes in Manhattan as New Orleans went under."

09/03/05 19:44:13

Huros wrote:

Don't they know they are supposed to be superheros? Future knowing superheros?
09/03/05 19:45:05

Victor wrote:

What the Fuck do you think the levee's are for ??? To Protect the city that is below sea level !! When the President populates FEMA with political hacks and cronies who have no experience in disaster management and cuts the budget of the Core of Engineers, who maintain the safty of the levee, and the levee's fail the only one to blame is President. It doesn't take a genius to know that this area of the country has Hurricans every year! DubYa rolled the dice and lost, thank God the tax cuts are still intact !!
09/28/05 09:18:39

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