October 09, 2004
Dance As If Nobody Was Watching
This has always been one of my favorites. I discovered it on a fence in southern Oregon, got out of the car and danced as if nobody was watching. Then I took a photo. If we could only remember to live our ilves this way every day. "Now the moral of the story is....." Seriously, look how happy this dog looks.
Okay, now for a twist to my "one of my favorites." I decided to google this phrase. What the hell.
There's actually a blog with this name. Can you believe it? Cool I thought initially. Then I read her latest post.
1. I full-on admit that I consider George W. Bush to be a little bit foxy.
I hope she was kidding. I trust she must be kidding. Foxy? She wrote that after the second debate. Were we watching the same network?
You obviously don't think much about President Bush. Believe me, there are people in this world who think even less of John Kerry, and I am one of them. Not that I am a full-fledged supporter of Dubya. I actually like the guy, but can't stand alot of his policies (I also don't care for his Veep, Dick Cheney). Frankly, Kerry's Vietnam Veterans against the war activities came back to haunt him. Yes, it was his right to protest against that war (I do give him credit for his brief stint as a patrol boat cmdr.), but the guy went TOO FAR WHEN HE ACCUSED ALL OF OUR PEOPLE IN VIETNAM OF MASS MURDER. This was a LIE, pure and simple. And his activities also made life even more harder for our prisoners of war. A close friend of mine has a relative who was a POW, and despises Kerry because of his outrageous charges. The North Vietnamese retaliated against the POWs. So, if you still think Kerry is a great guy, fine. I do not and even though I am largely disillusioned with the Bush administration, I am glad Kerry lost.
Posted by: Richard | Feb 9, 2006 6:44:35 PM