Thursday, November 02, 2006
More serious comedy

It is a shame that our brave troops have to hear from blowhards like Carry.

10 comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

Almost funny, definitely sad.

The young men and women fighting for us have to make banners to get our attention. I have seen this photo at least 10 times in my web surfing today, and every time I see it, I wonder why these soldiers have to say what the freest press in the world, won't?

Has hollywood, madison avenue or the new york times said, shown or printed something nice about America lately?

I would have to say, NO.

Almost funny, definitely sad.

Blogger Len said...

Looks like somebody could have used a bit more education.

Anonymous talkin_straight said...

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Blogger web_loafer said...

Whoa! Can't we try to get along? What is it about election time in America that brings out hatred?

Blogger Useless Man said...

Jon Carry? Wasn't he a goalie for the Capitals a few years back?

The part I find most interesting about the election (watching it from Canada) is how much the candidates appear to attack each other instead of actually discussing or delivering on change and policy.

Am I wrong?

Great pic though. Thanks for sharing.

Blogger web_loafer said...

No UM you are not wrong. Politics American style is an ugly affair. No one likes the negative ads that we are bombarded with for 3 months, on tv, radio, newspapers and even yard signs.

Political jobs are moneymakers. Without exception all our Senators are millionaires. Almost all of our Representatives are millionaires. The ones that are not, will soon be millionaires.

I am sick of polotics, but have to vote. I think part of the reason those running for office use such negative ads, is to discourage the educated voters. With poor turnout, the votes that are bogus, illegal and duplicate are a bigger factor in the outcome.

Blogger web_loafer said...

Did you hear what I just said.

Negative ads make people stay away from the voting booths, and that makes every fraudulent, vote more powerful.

We must get to a place where only those with embedded USofAfedchips can vote, with paper ballots and a pencil.

Blogger Dee said...

Hello There,

This is Dee a/k/a Abbyliqua. Hope you've been doing well since we last spoke.

Take Care

Blogger web_loafer said...

Dee,
What a pleasant surprize here at the bluff. Hugs and handshakes all around....thanks for dropping by, and just between me and you, I hope you beat my blog in the battle of blogs. And young lady I can't help but notice you are up awful late. Hopefully everything is going your way...well at least 99% of the time.

We all have setbacks and such. Am looking forward to more pleasant conversation young lady....no strings attached.

I must go back and reread our pleasant conversations of long ago.

Isn't that what is more important than the upcoming elections? Pleasant conversation?

This is the ugliest time in America, the time when millionaires spend tens of millions on advertisements, to try to prove to everyone that the other guy/gal is not worthy of the office. Switch the channel and there is the other candidate telling the world how the other guy/gal is not worthy of a dogcatchers job in public service.


Whoooa, I long for a world that all people talk it out, smile, reach out and HUG.

Another dream dreamed by a dreamy dreamer.

So very nice to hear from you again, rekindled friends....ahhh that's the word, friends.

Blogger prying1 said...

Reading the first poster, Anynommynuss'
comment - Sounds like he/she thinks the troops were serious. -

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