Gut Rumbles
 

September 03, 2004

technical difficulties

A nice thunderstorm blew over the Crackerbox yesterday and knocked out my power. I was taking a nap thinking deep thought on my couch at the time, so I didn't hear it coming until I was too late. Lightning must have hit really close by, because something fried my computer monitor.

Thus, I was incommunicado after George Bush's speech last night. I really wanted to blog about it while it was fresh on my mind. Did he hit a home run? Naw... I don't think so, but it was a good, solid double off the outfield wall.

The speech seemed even better after I heard John Kerry's response. Talk about a bag of junk platitudes! I believe that Kerry knows he's in deep shit.

I think he's beginning to hyperventilate and get the vapors.

Comments

I'm glad you were able to get back up and running.

Posted by: Mamamontezz on September 3, 2004 08:58 AM

yep. Thought it was a pretty good speech. Not a homer, you're right, but it wasn't bad at all either. Thing is, after all the RNC speeches, I'm thinkin' Ahnold for President next time around! Cuz you know, I ain't no economic girly man!

Posted by: MarcL on September 3, 2004 09:10 AM

Even if a foreign born citizen could be elected president, would you want that door open for a man like Soros?

Posted by: matterson on September 3, 2004 09:13 AM

He hit a double. Kerry, breaking tradition by campaigning during the opposition's convention, showed his desperation. So: he allowed Bush to steal third.

Posted by: Velociman on September 3, 2004 09:14 AM

Bush didn't have to steal third. And he didn't steal Florida either, let me hasten to add.

With a solid double off of the center field wall, Kerry's fielding error let W. round to third without even trying.

The play became an inside-the-park homer though when Kerry mistakenly threw the ball to his fans in the left-field cheap seats, while his dismayed teammates howled in frustrated anguish as W. unhurridley crossed home base.

However, the Dimsville Donks have already hired lawyers to protest the outcome of the game, the rules of the game, the field the game is played on, and the very game itself.

Buncha miserable losers.

Jim
Sloop New Dawn
Galveston, TX

Posted by: Jim on September 3, 2004 09:58 AM

Definite double - and stole third with a swagger. Kerry's continuing bashing is a huge error and clearly he only has 60 days to get it, but he won't - and Bush will be stealing home solidly on election day.

Check the polls after thsi weekend, I expect a definite post-convention "bump" mostly because this Party had some content, unlike the Dems in Boston.

And Zell Miller marked a watershed moment in the Culture War - the media is getting more and more Marxist. 20% of voters would pull the lever for Lenin if he could get on a ballot!

Posted by: Jay on September 3, 2004 10:58 AM

Kerry started out the gate tripping over his first statement (SiX words fella not FIVE) and stumbled his way through the rest of it. Even Time is giving the President a double digit lead.

Posted by: Guy S. on September 3, 2004 04:59 PM
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