Thursday, January 20, 2005

Why am I not surprised

Remember the flu shot shortage that the Democrats were whipping President Bush with during the election? Well, now we have a flu shot surplus. Not much has been said about this by the MSM, but you know if John "War Hero" Kerry had been elected, the MSM would have been singing the praises of about how he single-handedly saved the country and found the extra flu shots. This is just another example of how Congress in particular blows problems out of proportion. "What, a flu shot shortage? Well, since I'm the distiguished Senator Kickback from the State of Confusion and I'm the secretary to the deputy under-deputy chairperson for the Senate Committee on How to More Efficiently Waste Taxpayer Money and Hand-Wringing, we need to hold televised Senate hearings to assign blame on the Bush Administration. We need to know why this happened, how the Bush Administration allowed this to happen, what are they going to do to make sure that this never, ever happens again and how they are going to compenstate the millions of poor, single, transvestite welfare mothers, who already have been hurt by the Bush tax cuts and who now have to put up with this affront to their human dignity." Yeah, like I have heard said on more than one occasion, "If the opposite of pro is con, is the opposite of progress, Congress?"


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