From the Department of Things You Can't Call the Incumbent
"She'd always watch CNN, C-SPAN, and you know, she'd just swear at the TV and say
'Oh, Bush, he's such a whistle ass!' She'd just get so mad," Bettilyon said."
These are the words of Maureen Bettilyon, whose mother, Sally Baron, died
on August 18 at the age of 71. When asked what if there was a cause to
which people could contribute in Sally's honor, her children decided to include
these words in her obituary: "Memorials in her honor can be made to any organization working for the removal of President Bush."
Like most Americans, Sally Baron was a hard-working person who led a simple life. We never would have known about her at all had her children not chosen to give her such a feisty send-off. Although we will not have Sally's vote in 2004, we can have her inspiration. In honor of Sally Baron, and for all the honest, hard-working Americans whose stories we will never know, let's work together like never before to defeat old "Whistle Ass" in 2004!
-- From the Blog For America
comments. Cute, eh?
From the Department of Gag Me
, seems, in honor of Valentine's Day, to have been coated in Pepto-Bismol. Gack.