Comments: I wish I had me a Democrat to vote against!

I was wondering about you.

Ref the oreo, is that a replacement (sounds like it) or in addition?

If it's a replacement I've bought my last oreo - I'm the sort who looks for "No Preservatives" on potato chip bags in order to avoid them. I WANT the things to stay fresh and not have to eat the whole bag as soon as I open it.

Posted by Jay at June 28, 2005 10:39 PM

I wish the President did not say anything at all, let the Democrats howl and make fools of themselves the more the better I say. The President making a statement only gives the naysayers more fuel for the fire for the Democrats to cry about.

Posted by Dex at June 29, 2005 02:36 PM

The Oreo cookie's fate is an international priority. Certainly to kids and the kid in me as well.

Secondly the priority of Iraq is a paramount objective to win. Criminals are being streamed across Iraqi borders to engage our forces for freedom and democracy.

Pulling out of Iraq will only change the focus of those fudamentalist thugs to the next USA military local. Pulling out will gain nothing but a new target local.

We all depend on the outcome of events in Iraq. I am thankful for the resolve of qualified people in the Bush government and the steadfastness of of President Goerge Bush as well. 73s TG

Posted by TonyGuitar at June 29, 2005 03:28 PM

I'm of the "no fat? no flavour!" mentality myself.

Posted by Candace at June 30, 2005 03:28 AM

"I wish he would tell the US media to lay off the round the clock coverage of the missing girl in Aruba."

That seems to be the exclusive domain of Fox. I don't understand how this requires wall-to-wall coverage on the most popular news service in your country. No wonder you folks know so little about the important things in this world...

Posted by Canuck at July 1, 2005 11:11 AM

Great comment, considering all the Canadians who had to visit US blogs to find out what was going on in their own country.

Posted by Jay at July 2, 2005 12:13 AM

Jay, Canuck is just celebrating Canada Day in the manner in which too many Canadians - at least in this city - are most comfortable: by trashing Americans.

But I must humbly apologize for my irritation at Fox and CNN. I was wrong (see July 2 post.)

Posted by Debbye at July 2, 2005 12:37 PM

I was referring to the poster above me, not your basic post.

Posted by Jay at July 3, 2005 07:45 AM