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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

Dong Dong - Who's There?

The question of the year - which is more brave - Dong Dong the Roster or Paige the unfaithful guard dog of the farm? Why do I ask thus question (you may ask)? Why? Why, why, why, why?

I'm not sure.

However, in the last week I have been attacked by Dong Dong three times while Paige hasn't even noticed that I'm alive for over a year. Clearly Dong Dong the Roster is a better watch animal. I'm telling you for really - this roster will attack you if you just look at him without bowing first. He will bravely and brainlessly charge you under the fire of snowballs and rocks. What a great guard chicken. We should give him a raise....

By the way - the roster Dong Dong - he didn't have that name before this post but for the sake of posting he now has a name. Let us have a moment of silence.

You just have to love the conservative congress that we United States citizens have right now. In fact I'm beginning to like the idea of Democrats in Congress. Let me explain. When the GOP was in control of the house and senate they obviously wanted to get things done. That meant that they had to pass things called bills. Well children, bills sometimes become laws and laws cost money and kill baby PandaShark seals. Well, now that the Dem's are in power they take 4 days off a week to relax and watch reruns of Hogans Hero's and the Feasta Bowl. The one day in the week that they set aside do get together to work on legislation - they spend bringing up non binding resolutions condemning previous non binding resolutions that they made the week before. And all in all - nothing gets done. Perfect.

A do nothing congress for the most part is the best congress. Ronald Reagen accomplished many great things in his life but perhaps his greatest accomplishment he never saw. On the day of Ronald Reagen's state funeral all non essential government programs and offices were closed.
Even from the grave - the Gipper gave one more victory to America.

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