Wednesday, November 30, 2005

Holiday Wishes

My holiday wishes to you, my three viewers (if that):

May you go forth in peace and realize that love is better than hate.

If you have questions about this, think on this: Where would you rather your money went? To those who need lunch money, or to Iraq and rebuilding a place where had more reasons for NOT being there than BEING there? Would you rather give a blanket to a homeless person, or carpet bomb Fallujah? Would you rather live the word God, or just offer lip-service to your religion?

The answers are not hard, they are not difficult. Even the President should realize the answers. Too bad he is busy offering religious lip-service than actually doing something that helps average Americans, not just his million-billion-aire friends. There are those who need help here. Help them first, then move to help those overseas.

If Necons are so enlightened, then please explain to me why this need for a double standard: Americans can pull themselves up the bootstraps, but the Iraqi need our assistance? I submit that we work on problems here, then go forth and spread our bounty, wealth, and knowledge.

I do not hate necons, I just do not understand them.

Be well.

Ms. Vandal.

Thursday, November 10, 2005

Introductions. Better late than never.

Okay, maybe I should introduce myself since I am now leaving comments on others’ blogs. My name is unimportant. I am Joseph Cannon’s “Lady-friend”. I am very new to blogging myself so please be kind.

I am not too sure how often I will be able to blog, Joseph is the true political animal in the household. But I will add my 2 cents worth in every once in awhile.

I think I have decided upon a format for my blog, I wanted to do something that wasn’t already being done a billion times, and then some. But I love writing letters, and I think that is the approach that my blog will take.

Thank you for your time,

Ms. Vandal

Wednesday, November 09, 2005

Open Letter to Gov. Arnie

Gov. Arnold~

Number one, I really do not wish to type in your ENTIRE name, so please forgive this measure of familiarity.

Number two, I hope that you learned that Special Elections are not so special. You wasted many tax dollars that could have been used for far more IMPORTANT causes. Bravo!

I also hope that you learned that popularity is not the key to getting things done. You have to actually learn to work with people. I have always hated the people that thought that either rules did not apply to them, or that they thought they could just change rules to make them apply to them. (Especially those on the road. Yes people, traffic laws apply to you too!)

You might want to forget about an amendment to the U.S. Constitution that would allow you to run for president. I think that we have had enough actors in the West Wing (and I am not referring to the television show).

Not so adoringly yours,

Political Vandal

Sunday, November 06, 2005

Letter for President Bush

President Bush~

I notice that once again you are looking for a Supreme Court Justice. I would like to offer my name for consideration.

I know that I am hopelessly liberal, but that shouldn't work against me. Unlike your little lie(s) during the campaign (who could ever forget the classic line "I am a compassionate conservative"?), you KNOW where I actually stand. And I would think that is a BONUS. And think of it this way, if you were to get me a job as a Justice on the Supreme Court, I wouldn't ever be looking for government handout... well, after that instance anyway. Please consider it. With the popularity you are enjoying now (you do seem a little masochistic at times), it might be a way to sway the actual liberal vote more towards the middle. You might even enjoy a slight bounce in polls. Then again it is a little difficult to have the numbers get too much lower. But knowing you, you'll find a way.

Just let me know where to send my resume and application. Ohhh, would it be okay for me to cross out Little Caesar’s Pizza and write in The White House on the application?

Thank you for your time and consideration.

Political Vandal