Wednesday, March 26

"SO?"








Click to enlarge. I am appalled at his attitude, but I suppose I shouldn't be surprised.


(as seen in the Letters to the Editor, Raleigh News& Observer, week of March 24th)

27 comments:

Shephard said...

Yeah. Appauling isn't it. Unbelievable. Great little article. Good to keep and send out in November.
~S

JeanMac said...

I think politicians have absolutely no empathy for anyone but their wallets and stomachs. Same in Canada.

joared said...

We should copy this and distribute it everywhere we go.

Took your earlier blog addiction test. Heaven help me (as if I didn't already know) I'm 70% addicted to blogging, too. I'm fighting it all the way.

OldOldLady Of The Hills said...

Oh Indeed, Judy! The Arrogance of this terrifyingly scary man and this whole asministration is sickening, beyond words. Cheney's contempt for the people he supposedly represents is deeply friughtening and horribly depressing, too!

That article is so well said! Thanks for this Judy....!

Dianne said...

thank you for putting that up

So! what a bunch of arrogant, disgusting creatures this administration is!

and McCain is Bush Light
or McSame as many are calling him

he disgusted me when he sang "Bomb Bomb Bomb, Bomb Bomb Iran"

crazy demented old fool

and I am so sick of having to say/qualify that I respect McCain's prior service. Of course I do! As I do the thousands and thousands of others who served before and since - that doesn't make them Presidential.

Nepharia said...

I have decided that no matter which candidate we choose, we will not get what we think we will.

Politicians are just that: playing politics. It's all a power; whoever plays the best, wins.

Caveat emptor.

brendalove@gmail.com said...

Hillary. The least scariest of the candidates. And that's not saying a whole lot.
I would say Obama but I don't think he knows anything about running a whole country.

Thumper said...

He was aptly named, methinks...

ET said...

Judy,
Good for you for sharing it.

Laura said...

That arrogant s.o.*

If he gets shot during another hunting trip, we'll all just say, "SO?"

Laura said...

By the way, Judy, and off the topic for just a moment, you asked about using generic listerine for the mosquitoes. I'm not sure if that works, but I think it's worth a try!

I have no idea if the brand name Listerine either; was just passing along the info.
Sounds like it's time to do a test, and if it does work, buy stock in Listerine! :)

Paul said...

I'm so frustrated with this administration and it's War in Iraq. Is it the ultimate boy toy?

Did you know that this is the only war the US has ever declared.

gemma said...

Cheney's response to opinion polls was "So?" Do we know what opinion poll he was asked to respond to? I don't see it in this article. The article goes on to detail every complaint the jounalist has about the administration and conveniently it seems to be those that most of the commenters here have. That's fine but I would prefer to see the poll that Cheney disregarded. I prefer a politician who doesn't dance to the tune of popular opinion because sometimes the opinion won't be one that you find popular.

rosemary said...

So, he is a word I won't put in your coments...his first name is appropriate however.

Diane Mandy said...

When has he not been appalling.

The Pagan Sphinx said...

What a thoughtless ass. It's hard to imagine how one could care so little about his own country. Then again, his and his buddies' real country is Corporate America, not our United States.

Kay Dennison said...

Frankly, we haven't a single candidate without what I call the "Belt Way syndrome", i.e., none of 'em give a damn what happens to us ordinary mortals -- some just aren't as rude as Cheyney with his "up yours, I got mine attitude."

Betty said...

Now we know what the meaning of the word "so" is.

amarkonmywall said...

Thanks for putting this up, Judy. Miserable attitude. Miserable administration. You know where I stand on all of this.

CAROLYN said...

I think it's time for him to get an anal probe with a great big jackhammer. I really do!

Ginnie said...

Chaney and his cronies should be strung up by the "you know what". They have done more to harm this country in 8 short years than we could have ever imagined ... and it will take YEARS (if ever) to undo all they've done.

Smiler said...

I saw a short clip of this on youTube today. I can't remember where right now. It was infuriating. He really did sum up what that whole administration stands for.

Smiler said...

Oh yes, it was Colleen at Loose Leaf Notes, in her Thursday Thirteen post. I'm not watching it again because it just put me in such a horrible mood — even thinking about it gets me riled up so I won't.

PI said...

Can't comment being British.

thepoetryman said...

Anyone surprised by his machiavellian stance have been asleep for far too long.

rennratt said...

I don't like any of my choices this year.

Too much fightig,gloating and piety.

I am simply horrified by all of it.

colleen said...

I had a link to it on my 13 this week. I actually saw it while watching the news and though HOW SMUG!! Here is the youtube link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=SypeZjeOrY4