Monday, December 26, 2005

The way Weird Wally sees it is that all of politics starts locally.

And despite what is going on in Washington and the rest of the world, WW needs to look at what is most important in his life, right now and today.

The good news is…

It’s a no-brainer.

Family/relationship issues trumps city and state issues, which trumps national and international issues.

Am I even making sense to you?

Bye for now…

Wednesday, December 21, 2005

Due to corruption in Washington, the truth about “compassionate conservatism, “ as revealed by hurricane Katrina, Weapons of Mass Destruction that didn’t exist, the Downing Street Memo and a truck load of other crap coming our way from a Republican Congress and White House, Weird Wally started getting pissed.

So, he created a blog and everyday, after coming home from work as a Child Protective Services Social Caseworker in Denver, he felt compelled to post to his blog daily.

After all, even a CPS Caseworker in Denver knew that the “yellow cake uranium from Niger,” was a lie and forgery.

And since even WW in Denver knew, why didn’t our president?

Over the months, however, the situation got deeper and murkier.

But the mainstream press paid no attention.

It could have been Katrina or one of a hundred other things, but the mainstream media grew some balls, stepped up to the plate and started asking the hard questions and did some good stories on all manner of things that the Bush Whitehouse and Republican Congress are up to.

Meanwhile, WW is almost confident enough in the mainstream media that they may even look into some things that might get them away from their computers and cause them to do some good old fashioned journalism.

But please be advised…

Vice President’s Richard Cheney’s generous contribution to the Weird Wally Early Retirement Fund (Found) has nothing to do with WW’s decision to stand down and lighten up on the folks in Washington.

Weird Wally says, “trust me on this.”

Bye for now…

Tuesday, December 20, 2005

One night, George W. Bush is tossing restlessly in his White House bed.

He awakens to see George Washington standing by him and Bush asks, "George, what's the best thing I can do for the country?"

"Set an honest and honorable example, just as I did,” Washington advises, and then fades away.

The next night, Bush is astir again and sees the ghost of Thomas Jefferson moving through the darkened bedroom. Bush calls out, "Tom, please!What is the best thing I can do to help the country?"

"Respect the Constitution, as I did,” Jefferson advises, and dims from sight.

The third night sleep still does not come for Bush. He awakens to see the ghost of FDR hovering over his bed.

Bush whispers, "Franklin, What is the best thing I can do to help the country?""Help the less fortunate, just as I did," FDR replies and fades into the mist.

Bush isn't sleeping well the fourth night when he sees another figure moving in the shadows.

It is the ghost of Abraham Lincoln. Bush pleads, "Abe, what is the best thing I can do right now to help the country?"

Lincoln replies, "Go see a play!"

Bye for now…