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Have A Boring New Year

Now that George Bush has ridden off into the sunset – long ago actually, despite occasional attempts to call him back for invidious rhetorical purposes – the goofey left finds itself wandering forlorn amid the empty centuries.

Everyone will miss scenes like this:

But time rolls on in its implacable course, and a New Year stretches out before us.

So, good-bye to all that. Maureen Dowd, for instance, has not written a trenchant piece on the presidency since you-know-who vacated the premises. Gary Trudeau sleeps.  Leftist brains are rusting in their brain pans from sea to shining sea.

The left has nothing to say about the current you-know-who.


All we have to look forward to is the complete and fatal economic collapse of the country – not, from the point of view of the amusing actors in the video above, that there’s anything wrong with that.

Hello Utopia.

And, as we approach the new decade, a bit of good news for everyone but the fake scientists in East Anglia and Al Gore: “…the airborne fraction of carbon dioxide has not increased either during the past 150 years or during the most recent five decades,” according to a report in Science Daily.


Unknown said…

Found him on Wikipedia - his name is Frank Chu.
Don Pesci said…
We need him in Connecticut.

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