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Thursday, November 4, 2004

The new shape of North America

I for one welcome our new Canadian overlords.

Posted at 7:40 PM

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That would be sweet. I thought we could just force Texas to secede, but I like the idea of joining Canada.

Posted by lilbro at 8:10 PM, November 4, 2004 [Link]

Heeheehee. I'd seen that elsewhere. I like. :)

Posted by sis at 9:48 PM, November 4, 2004 [Link]

Now, now, don't do anything drastic! Since there's obviously no way to include Florida, I don't want to be left behind.

Anyways, if you just decide to ignore all media chatter and get on with your life, George Bush's actual influence on you should be close to nil.

Posted by Mamacita at 8:54 AM, November 5, 2004 [Link]

Well, except for all those social programs that he'll help to dismantle with his Republican run congress because there's no more money for them. Oh, and they're suggesting that perhaps, what is it, 3 Supreme Court justices are due to step down? That's George Bush's influence that could very well affect our lives for decades to come.

Sorry Mamacita, I think his influence is going to be *more* present, far reaching, and long lasting in his second term. We have two years before we can politically cripple him by taking back the congress.

Posted by sis at 9:12 AM, November 5, 2004 [Link]

I know, I know, but the good news is - I don't have that many decades left.

Sorry for you guys though.

Posted by Mamacita at 4:09 PM, November 5, 2004 [Link]

Gee, thanks, Mom. That sounds like a GEICO commercial or something. :-)

With luck, you'll be around long enough to see Social Security decimated.

Posted by ralph at 5:33 PM, November 5, 2004 [Link]

If I could do something I would. Give me time - I'm thinking - I'm thinking...

Posted by Mamacita at 10:28 PM, November 5, 2004 [Link]

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