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Undercover Hippie

Tuesday, August 31, 2004


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Thursday, August 19, 2004

How to tell a FEMA Impersonator

Apparently, there has been some hanky-panky going on down in Florida! This article gives us the skinny on some FEMA impersonators.

I hate FEMA impersonators. I had a buddy run into one at a bar one time. Scary stuff. My cousin had a friend almost make it with one. Boy was he creeped out!

Here are some tips for detecting a FEMA Impersonator:
- "Relief Check" does not involve a bodily search
- If he offers to replace your lost copy of "The Crying Game"
- If he sings show-tunes while performing the inspection
- If he says, "Don't worry, I can declare a state of emergency!" then send Gov. McGreevey back north where he belongs
- A slightly larger than normal adam's apple

Friday, August 13, 2004

McGreevey's hiding something

I remember during one of the Clinton scandals (I don't remember which one... doesn't matter ... take your pick) that Dick Morris was on some talking heads show saying, "If there are two things out there that can hurt you, then admit to the lesser one and that will give you cover for the more serious one."

That's what this is about. Nobody resigns from office in 2004 because they're "outed." Has anybody ever heard of Barney Frank? No sir. This is McGreevey admitting to the lesser scandal.

Mark my words. This is not over, and its not about how he spends his recreational hours.

Tuesday, August 10, 2004

Oh, these Liberals are all love and sunshine!

This play is just a typical liberal stunt.

How interesting that these people who claim the Republicans are hate-filled and murderous, are putting on such a display.

Wednesday, August 04, 2004

Who's the bigot?

It looks like Missouri has joined the list of states to outlaw Gay Marriage.

The most compelling argument the proponents of gay marriage have is to play the "bigot" card. Its discriminatory to exclude same-sex couples from matrimony.

Well, I'd like to ask a simple question to those people. Is there ANY kind of marriage you would not allow? Which ones? For example, in your all-inclusion, non-bigoted world of same-sex marriage, would I be allowed to divorce my wife and marry ... say ... my 3-yr-old daughter? How about my neighbor's dog? What about if I do both of those and STAY married to my wife?

If the answer is, "Of course we wouldn't approve of that?" then you can't say I'm being discriminatory. You are too. We just disagree on where we draw the line.

If the answer is, "All of those things should be up to the individual." then you've essentially defined marriage to be whatever the anybody wants it to be. If it can mean anything, then in effect, it means nothing. There's nothing special about my commitment to my wife if it can be defined any way you want, at any time, under any circumstance.

Is defining marriage as being between a man and a woman discriminatory? You bet! When you add definition to anything (not just marriage) you are effectively excluding everything that does not fall under that definition. But, that's not a bad thing.

Tuesday, August 03, 2004

So let's get this straight

If Bush has intelligence that attacks on businesses are being planned and doesn't do anything about it, then they'll complain because he's not doing enough. Could you imagine if an attack occurred and THEN we found out that they had all this intel and it was 3 or 4 years old? Kerry would explode on the spot. (Hey, maybe that's not such a bad idea.)

If Bush acts on the intelligence, then he's doing too much. Or, its political. Or, he stole the election. Or, Kerry served in Vietnam.