Friday, April 28, 2006

Forget May Day, W Gives Us "Loyalty Day."

So, what does the president suggest we do on "loyalty day" 2006? Bend over and prepared to be screwed for two or so more years?
Loyalty Day is also a time for us to reflect on our responsibilities to our country as we work to show the world the meaning and promise of liberty. The right to vote is one of our most cherished rights and voting is one of our most fundamental duties. By making a commitment to be good citizens, flying the American flag, or taking the time to learn about our Nation's history, we show our gratitude for the blessings of freedom.
Might I suggest, instead of flying your flag upside-down on 1 May, perahps we wrap a black ribbon on the flag pole that signifies that we are loyal to the Nation, but unsupportive of this administration and their disaterous policies and actions?


Neil Shakespeare said...

"Bend over and prepare to get screwed" is about right. An acquaintance of mine used to say there were only three rules for success in the retail trade: 1)Bend over a little further. 2) Spread your legs a little wider, and 3) Send off to Frederick's of Hollywood for one of them five pound jars.

Anonymous said...

WTF! I'm loyal to the same fracking thing that the KKoK is supposed to be loyal to: The Constitution. If I were to take a display of American loyalty to it's logical conclusion, the only act that makes any sense is have Bush clapped in irons and dragged off to Leavenworth.

Mother puss-bucket!