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wSaturday, December 14, 2002


Hey hey
Henry K,
you finally did
go
away!

After the election
the
Bushies
got
bloated
with
arrogance.

Lott
thought
it was
cool
to
come
clean
about
GOP Klanishness
and
Bush thought he could play
a
practical
joke
by naming Kissinger
the
9/11 Minister of Truth
Even
Henry's admirers,
admit
he is
a
brilliant liar.

Now humbled,
and
giving Christmas gifts,
Bush
offers to extend
unemployment insurance.
He may even
wear
ashes
of flagellation,
crawling on his knees
trying
to find a
priest or pope
who isn't dodging
a
subpoena.



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posted by stew at 11:25 AM


wFriday, December 13, 2002


Law and Lott

Cardinal Law
got in
big
trouble
because he
covered
up
rape
of little
boys
and
girls.
He protected rapists.
And he has resigned.
And he may be
indicted.

Trent Lott
got in
big
trouble
because he
revealed
truth.
That he is a racist.
That there is a Republican Reich.
That the media covered it all up.
That the Senate Club protected him.
That Bush took a week to say boo.
But
Trent has not resigned.
Trent will not
face
indictment
and
impeachment.

See, Cardinal Law.
Isn't it better
to tell
the
truth?


posted by stew at 8:51 AM


wThursday, December 12, 2002


Canada, oh Canada

If you're flying
in
to
Canada,
behave yourself.

You are being watched
by
everybody.

A new law
declares
that
if anything strange,
rude
or
impolite
is reported
or
noted
about an individual,
he or she
can be
sent back,
he or she
can be
refused entrance
into
the
enlightened land
of
hockey
and
healthcare.

The NY Times says
America
will soon apply
the
same
policy.

Ah, these superior Canadians
always way ahead
of
us,
when it
comes
to
good manners
and
cold
exclusion.


Lott Update

Looks like
Trent
may have to take
the
fall.
He blew
"Republican's Secret."
It's not found
in
lingerie
but
in
racism.
They are
the
clandestine Dixiecrats
of
the
master race.
So,
maybe Trent goes
but another Republican
comes
and the
revealing sun
always rises,
over
Bush.






























posted by stew at 11:27 AM


wWednesday, December 11, 2002


Strange Fruit

Of all the
boobs, brigands and bigots
that populate
the
Bush bastion
of
bastards,
Trent Lott
does
stand out.

He longs for the good old
confederacy of dunces
and
demons.
Of
Klansman
White Citizen's Councils
and
Dixiecrats,
when
a
white man
could show his great love
of
nature,
by
hanging
a
black man
from
a
tree.


posted by stew at 9:04 AM


wTuesday, December 10, 2002


The Wistful Way

Ari Fleischer spilled the beans.
He gave the world
the
Bush League's
proof
that
Saddam
has cruel and evil and very bad weapons.

Ari told a reporter,
"In terms of overall Iraqi statements, you need only look at the wistful way that leading Iraqi generals describe how close they came to getting nuclear weapons. That's why the United States is skeptical of Iraqi intentions."

The "wistful way."
Iraq is wistful.
Wow!
And Ari is skeptical.
Farout!
Iraqi generals
longing for
more military power.
Such
unusual
generals.
What more proof does a knee-jerk peacenik need
of
Iraqi
danger?

Saddam writing a haiku
that
expresses
ironic longing
for going nuclear
and
despair
at
failure?


Just for laughs.

In case
you think
America
has lost it's sense of humor
and doesn't appreciate
a
good joke.
And
a
belly laugh,
read on.

(AP) "Richard Humphreys, of Portland, Ore, has been sentenced to 37 months in prison. He was convicted in September of threatening to kill or harm the president and said he plans to appeal. He has said the comment was a prophecy protected under his right to free
speech."

"I said God might speak to the world through a burning Bush," Humphreys
testified during his trial. "I had said that before and I thought it was
funny."

Don't feel sorry
for Humphrey's
He can always host Saturday Night Live
(when he gets out.)











posted by stew at 8:07 AM


wMonday, December 09, 2002


Another fine mess

What a fine mess
Bush got himself
into.

He listened to advisors.
They told him
to
go to the UN.
Because he needed
international support
to
murder Iraq
and
steal its oil.

Iraq will
never
work with the UN.
They proclaimed:
Saddam's
too
proud.
Saddam's
too
crazy.

Crazy like a fox.
He's doing everything
the inspectors
say,
even
jumping
and
rolling over.

And word
from
the White House
is
that
Bush does not have a shred of hard evidence that Iraq has
those very bad weapons
of
much mass destruction.

Poor tangled Bush.
He will have to
kill
alone
and
in cold blood.
Or
he will have to
get
off the
pot.







posted by stew at 8:21 AM


wSunday, December 08, 2002


Hire The Handicapped

There was an article
in today's
Sunday Times Magazine
about unhappy liberals
who are in a painful quandary
over the Iraqi war.

They would like to support it
as a great war for democracy
like WW 2
against
Hitler.

They don't much care
about
the loss of human life
the loss of human wealth
the loss of environment
the loss in sanity
and
the gain for terrorism.


Their problem with Bush
is
his sales pitch
for war,
which
almost doesn't exist.
He's the president
He wants to kill.
That is all you need to know.

The liberals want something
more
eloquent
idealistic
romantic
a
high minded excuse for slaughter.
Like Woodrow Wilson
back from the dead.

They are willing to sell
the
war
if only George will hire them.

Can't you see them
parading in front of
the
White house
wearing sandwich signs
that proclaim
"I'll sell it bigger,
I'll sell it better,
I need a job."







posted by stew at 12:18 PM