Alice's alternate universe that crossed over and
meshed with our universe since the start of the political season is getting stronger.
I can sense it.
I look at my TV and I see George W. Bush belch and
cavort around the stage like a chimpanzee at a presidential debate. On the radio,
Pudgy tells his audience "Hey, George Bush just hit a home run. Man, Kerry
could never do that. Bush is a real leader." On the TV I see Bush fall down.
On the radio I hear Pudgy say, "Man, that George Bush is tough. Did you see
that homerun he just hit? It was out of the park." I'm feeling more and more
"This is Judy in Dallas. I'm a stay at home
Mom and I home school my children. I was so mad at Kerry for ducking those feces
I could have hit my TV."
I get a grip on reality and I block out all the pictures
and sounds from the alternate universe so I can think logically about the presidential
election. Let's see, I'm a registered Republican and many of my views would probably
be called conservative, so Bush must be my guy. Hell, I couldn't vote for a liberal
Democrat. Hmmm. Let me think about Bush's record for a moment to get my head straight
and get back on board the GOP wagon. I make a semi-free association mental list
7. He says we have a coalition of nations in Iraq.
Last time I checked, the U.S. has more than 130,000 of our troops there while
others in the coalition have very few. New Zealand has 61 "troops" there.
Macedonia has 37. Estonia has 31. Kazakhstan has 25. Somehow that doesn't look
much like a coalition to me. It looks more like the Bushies told these nations
to send a few show troops if they wanted to keep getting US foreign aid.
10. Bush says he's not going to bring back the draft.
I think he's lying about this and that we'll have a draft if he's reelected, but
he may call it something else. That's another thing these phonies do; they rename
things to fool citizens.
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