"you post this derogatory bullshit to satisfy your own short commings. Pretty fucking sad"

Check all my sites and essays!

Wow, this is the wonderful statement of a close minded redneck that no matter what will vote for an ADD president. If my Dad was of the royal Bush family, he would make sure that the profs at least gave me c's when I went to Yale or Harvard and did the Ivy league and enjoyed the wild animal house frat life of George W for several years and continue while goin awol in the national guard. I would make sure Big Daddy Bush would help me get my honorable discharge and cover up all my cocaine snorting, and partying with the frat boys.
I would make sure my girls gone gone wild in college would be not arrested and any press about it would be hushed.

By the way, Harry, what are short commings? are they worse than long commings??
Wow, what a life growin up Bush pretendin to be a Texan from Conneticut!

Comments

  1. Oh and Harry, before, ur redneck blood pressure starts to boil and u ending up having a stroke, read this site
    www.hereinreality.com
    Its all about our favorite first family and everything the Republican owned press wants to hush up!

    ReplyDelete
  2. Harry, just in case u have trouble finding the site, heres the article...now dont get angry, Harry and pass me any more bullets outside Henry Hudstoned! Why get angry at me...or at the facts jack!

    Bush pressured on military gaps

    By Susan Milligan, Globe Staff, 11/3/00

    WASHINGTON -- Democratic military veterans in the US Senate lashed out yesterday at Governor George W. Bush of Texas for failing to explain his apparent extended absence during his tenure in the Texas Air National Guard.

    "The question is, where were you, Governor Bush?" said Senator Daniel Inouye, Democrat of Hawaii and a World War II veteran.

    "What would you do as commander-in-chief if someone in the National Guard did the same thing?" Inouye asked during a telephone address to supporters of Vice President Al Gore in Nashville yesterday.

    Inouye joined several colleagues, Senators Bob Kerrey, Democrat of Nebraska, and Max Cleland, Democrat of Georgia, in raising harsh questions about Bush's role during the Vietnam War.

    The remarks were in response to a Globe article this week showing that Bush stopped flying after 22 months within his unit of the Texas Air National Guard. Further, the article reported, Bush failed to show up for required Guard drills during a six-month stay in Alabama, and he was lax even after returning to Houston.

    "At the least, I would have been court-martialed. At the least, I would have been placed in prison," Inouye said.

    Bush "made a commitment to the Texas Air National Guard, and God bless him for doing so," said Kerrey. But "if you're going to make a commitment to join the Guard, especially at that time, you've got to keep that commitment," Kerrey added.

    Bush has refused to be interviewed by the Globe on the topic of his military service. His spokesman, Dan Bartlett, yesterday called the questions about the governor a "scurrilous charge" of a "desperate" Gore campaign.

    ReplyDelete
  3. Wow! It sure would have been fun to party with Tennis Wimbledon champ, John Newcomb and George Jr! What kind of drugs did they have fun with??
    AAh to go back in time and take my camcorder watchin George carouse with the Bubbas in KennyBukport!
    WAIT A SECOND?? isnt that what Ted Kennedy did too a few years earlier...Rush and fellow rednecks love to make a stink about Teds drinkin!
    What about George Jr....maybe he smoked a few J's when he was doin lines of coke...if hed be honest and try to legalize bud I could tolerate his hypocracy (is that the way its spelled, Harry or do u know what that word is?)

    ReplyDelete

Post a Comment

Popular posts from this blog

Please Lord, get my ass in gear so that I can focus on the future for our family!