Tuesday, July 24, 2007

I was angry once, proudly shrill even. But that time is over

Liberty Calling:
"It is the summer of our discontent, because we want an end to the decade of stupid, and yet, we keep waking up in stupid's America. . .

"Some people wait, and hope that the summer of our discontent will start the fall of the House of Bush. But if not you, who? If not now, when? If not by your hand, how? If not in the place where you live, where? If not for what we have seen and know, what?

"Tomorrow is another day. It can be the first day of you doing something, the next day of you doing something. Just don't let it be the last day of doing anything, or the next day of not doing anything, or the first day of not doing anything any more. And if what you have been doing hasn't been working, then maybe it is time to try something else. I was angry once, proudly shrill even. But that time is over, because it really is time to explain to the people, who don't approve of Bush, but don't yet want him gone, that he's never read anything not written on a baseball bat.

Which end of that bat are you going to be on?"

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