Mistakes were made

New York City meets Munich

Conventional thinking

August 26th, 2004 · No Comments · Uncategorized

New York City is a city that represents all the values that the GOP can’t stand. So it makes complete sense that they’d come here for their convention. If they could wipe their collective asses with my city, they would. That’s why I don’t have any compunction about making them as unwelcome as possible. We didn’t ask them to come here. They are coming to attempt to rally the nation around the giant gaping hole I can see from my desk at work. They are trying to milk our pain for political gain, because it’s the only trick they’ve got now.

Because if you really look at it, our idiot leader hasn’t just screwed up one country, not just two, but three. That takes real ability to screw up that large. He’s been the singularly most effective recruiter for radical Islam since Osama Bin Laden. He’s even alienated almost all of our allies, just for good measure. And now he’s coming to New York City, for yet another photo op near the mass grave of the people he personally failed, to tell us that we should all trust his leadership for the next four years.

That’s the same leadership skills that had him sitting there reading “My Pet Goat” for seven minutes after being told of the second attack on the World Trade Center.

This city is full of passionate, creative people, and I’m looking forward to all the ways we’ll come together to express our anger and dissatisfaction with the GOP. I’m planning on attending the United for Peace and Justice march on Sunday, if for no other reason than to be counted. After all, if George and his gang of thugs are going to inconvenience us New Yorkers for the better part of a week, you can be sure we’ll return the favor.

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