TELECOM Digest OnLine - Sorted: Re: Last Laugh! How Many Members of Bush Administration

Re: Last Laugh! How Many Members of Bush Administration
Thu, 15 Sep 2005 17:31:11 GMT

> [TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: Actually, Debbie is not to be blamed.
> She is a member of another list to which I belong, and she sent that
> item around with one of those 'pass it along to all your friends'
> tags. Considering that Debbie and I share certain parts of the same
> agenda (?!) I took her suggestion and 'passed it along'. If you took
> umbrage to it, I am sorry! Seriously. PAT]

George W. Bush is probably the worst president of all, or at least in
modern times. His neocon pals are ugly, too.

But, as to his Administration, so what? Look back at the Carter
Administration, and so forth.

The leftie liberals are as bad as the neocons in many ways.

I am at the point in my life as a life-long Republican (almost age 69)
that I have come to believe neither major party serves us well.

And, when I came here to read about telecom issues I'd rather not be
confronted with political emotions unless some political event, such
as at the FCC, directly relates to telecom issues.

[TELECOM Digest Editor's Note: I do not think either party serves
us very well, either. That is the reason I always vote Libertarian
when there is a Libertarian candidate on the ballot, which there
nearly always is on national and statewide elections, but usually
not on municipal or county wide elections. Anyway, if a Libertarian
actually got elected to a national office (that will be the day!)
IMO it is very likely the 'system' would have him assassinated the
day he was to take office, if not sooner. Our system is not designed
to have any real alternative candidates; as Mayor Daley would phrase
it, 'just will not do'. Your choices (and 'they' do humor you with
a small choice) is to elect a Demopublican or a Republocrat; two
different sides to the same rotten barrel. PAT]

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