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March 01, 2005


Washington Canard

It's even better if you imagine Krusty singing it, which I am doing right now.

creepy irish dude

Thanks for the kind words TM.

Your deprogramming is proceeding nicely.

But seriously- impeach Bush already!

Matthew Ryan

The Times They Are a Changin works without any word changes at all. Consider (from memory):

"don't criticize what you can't understand"
"writers and critics who prophesize with your pens, keep your eyes wide the chance won't come again"
"don't speak too soon for the wheel's still in spin and there's no telling who that it's naming"

Medicine for the reactionaries of the 60s is also good for reactionaries of the 21st Century.

creepy irish dude

You're so right MR.

I was just thinking that today's conservatives are the new hippys, and the Summer 2005 is shaking up to be "The Summer of Democracy" just 38 years after the Summer of Love.

Of course, there's alway an Altamont. There aren't any free concerts planned for Bagdhad with Kurdish militia providing security anytime soon, are there?


seriously- impeach Bush already!

Over-reach / System failure / Restore Defaults / Attack Kerry /Attack /Attack / Attack...

-keith in mtn. view

"Send in the Clowns?" LOL! Phuleeze, don't you guys know, the Left doesn't do show-tunes, they need some repetitious interminable Brechtian drivel, done-over by Andrew Lloyd Weber - like that hideous, defeatist, Oscar song with the refrain, "Learn to be Lonely." Hmmm, could it be their new anthem?


Great. Now I'll have that tune in my head for the rest of the day.

I have been of the opinion that the WMD was shipped out to Syria. It looks like we may be finding out for sure before too long. Perhaps CD can make WMD and Syria rhyme.


How about:

"Hey Creepy Irish Dude" to the tune of 'Hey Jude"?

I'm already getting goosebumps.

PS CIDude - One more post without a Nazi/Hitler reference and you will lose 'creepy' forever and ever.

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