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Ding Dong Bush Is Gone

Sometimes the very best editorials are short, sweet and funny. So here goes:

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Which Old Bush?, The Wicked Bush

Ding Dong, The Wicked Bush Is Gone

He's Gone Where The Evil Goes, Back To Texas, Oh Oh Oh

Ding Dong, The Wicked Bush Is Gone

Today it going to be a day one celebration of a new dawn for America. A return back to honest government that levels with it's citizens and a nation that wins back world respect.


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Comments (16)

Kev:

ROFLMAO!!!!! Honest government?? With "the most ethical congress" still there?? That is hilarious, Paul! This is the same ol' same ol'... just the leader's wearing a different hat. Obama's past history of dishonesty shouldn't give you hope that he will suddenly change.... nor will he have the power to suddenly make congress honest, or anything other than self-serving.

Allen:

Kev, I hope you are wrong on the "same ol, same ol", but like you, I also wonder about it. Guess time will tell.

ryan a:

In my opinion, a silly, polemic, gloating "editorial" such as this in not what is appropriate at this moment. Simplistic and partisan politics (of which this is yet ANOTHER example) are tiresome, and all they do is continue the same ridiculous games that have plagued our system for years.

I know you think it's funny. I don't. Your post reduces the problems caused by many, the bad decisions of hundreds of leaders (democrat and republican) to one man. I have my share of severe disagreements with now former President Bush, trust me. But is NOT the sole bearer of responsibility for the situation that we are in today. He is responsible, but so are many other republicans, democrats, and other Americans who have contributed to create the world that we live in.

Hopefully you and others on this side of the site will work to get beyond the same old cartoon politics that only encourage polemic and simplistic discussions.

Allen:

Ryan, I agree with you, both parties have contributed to this mess. But according to the Wizbang site it's all the Demo's fault, never the GOP.

But both parties want us divided and at each others throats, so they can continue to steal us blind. And they have been doing a good job for many years.

ryan a:

Allen,

Trust me, I have plenty of issues with the main site. Many of the writers often construct political arguments that are far too one-sided.

At the same time, I think that THIS side of the site does a very poor job of presenting alternative viewpoints and opinions.

"But according to the Wizbang site it's all the Demo's fault, never the GOP."

Ya, that's pretty ridiculously myopic.

"But both parties want us divided and at each others throats, so they can continue to steal us blind. And they have been doing a good job for many years."

Yep. And plenty of people, like Ann Coulter and Michael Moore, capitalize on that enmity. They certainly aren't trying to SOLVE any problems.

Lee Ward:

"In my opinion, a silly, polemic, gloating "editorial" such as this in not what is appropriate at this moment"

You posted your opinion, Paul posted his. Isn't it nice that we can express our views?

Who died and made you publisher?

And why aren't you posting this same whine over on "that site" (and my apologies if you are - I just haven't seen it).

The blogosphere is a snarky place, ryan. I don't think it's going to change because, in your opinion, it should be different.

But you're welcome to your opinion, and welcome to express it here. Paul Hooson should be free to do that too, right?

ryan a:

"You posted your opinion, Paul posted his. Isn't it nice that we can express our views?"

Indeed, it is.

"Who died and made you publisher?"

Just an opinion from the crowd, Lee. I thought you were glad that we can all express our views Mr Ward (see the first sentence you wrote).

That's what this whole thing is about, right? Discussion and the presentation of viewpoints? Or am I in the wrong place???

"And why aren't you posting this same whine over on "that site" (and my apologies if you are - I just haven't seen it)."

Feel free to read through my comments from the last few years, and the ones that I posted this morning. I have plenty of arguments and issues with the writers at the main site. But, just because I might trend more toward the liberal political perspective, don't expect me to come over here and fawn over everything you guys write here. I don't.

"The blogosphere is a snarky place, ryan. I don't think it's going to change because, in your opinion, it should be different."

Noted.

"But you're welcome to your opinion, and welcome to express it here. Paul Hooson should be free to do that too, right?"

Paul can do whatever he wants. And then readers like me can and will respond with reactions accordingly. That's called discussion. Notice, Mr Ward, how I am critiquing Paul's argument, not Paul as a person.

Lee Ward:

Well said, Mr. a, well said.

ryan a:

Thanks Mr Ward.

Paul;

That was hilarious!!

Oak Leaf

Thanks Oak Leaf. I'm always glad to hear from you. I'm always proud to hear from our men in uniform who risk their lives for this great country.

And Ryan, I simply wanted to make a funny comparison to the celebration in Oz when all of the little residents hoped that their problems might now be soon behind them. That's not so much partisan as it is hopeful.

In 1980, I lost a great deal of money in business during the serious economic slowdown during Jimmy Carter. And although not happy with his Carter's job performance, I was concerned about Ronald Reagan's militarism. But when Reagan won. I still wished the guy the best and hoped that he would improve the economy. And I liked a few of his cabinet picks as well. I figured if the guy could make the economy or things any better, then I'd take it. It's natural to offer trust for any new incoming president.

JacDesVert:

Nice to see the childishness of the left has been maintained.

Keep up the juvenile work.

Jac, my previous post was a rather stuffy piece that praised the British screenwriter who penned the BBC version of BRIDESHEAD REVISITED, so I felt entitled to break the ice a little with an irreverent piece comparing the optimism in the U.S. for the incoming president to the joy in OZ.

cc:

Ding dongs, the witch has rising and if your white, you have better hold on to your job and keep your mouth shut, because Obama looks to Rev Lowery, the racist, the markist, the socialist/communist.

Lee Ward:

uhmm, you forgot "terrorist" - haven't you read the Sarah Palin/John McCain/Joe the Plumber manifesto?

You know, the one that a majority of Americans rejected.

Oh, wait - Americans rejected it because the eeeevil mainstream media tricked them...

Blow it out your ding dong, cc...

cc:

Testy ding-a-ling.I did'nt forget the word terrorist, because it is woven in those other words and not undernourish, by no means. I rejected both men, McCain and obama they are the horns of the same goat. The evil mainstream media has been brainwashing Americans, about 40 years and they are using Nazi techniques and they are not alone with this knowledge.We have been inseminated. Americans wake up!


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Editors: Lee Ward, Larkin, Paul S Hooson, and Steve Crickmore

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