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Wednesday, 2005 June 22 - 11:01 pm
Politics are sneaky!

Congressional Republicans are preparing to introduce a Social Security proposal that doesn't include Bush's prized pig, the diversion of payroll taxes towards private investment accounts. This could be seen as a failure for Bush, who spent months politicking around the country trying to sell his idea. According to polls, the campaign was all for naught: support for Bush's proposal is just as low as when he started (somewhere in the 35% range).

Reportedly, the new proposal will also fail to address Social Security's solvency... which makes me wonder, is this proposal going to do ANYTHING? Isn't solvency the ONE thing that we needed to address?

When all else fails, wrap yourselves in the flag. The House again voted to pass a constitutional amendment to outlaw flag burning; I guess that's the NUMBER ONE PROBLEM FACING OUR COUNTRY. I'm suspicious that this is some kind of trick to distract us from some upcoming Social Security sleight-of-hand.

Meanwhile, Terri Schiavo's ashes were quietly buried in a Florida cemetery on Monday. While the Schindlers (Terri's parents) were surprised and somewhat pleased that Michael Schiavo chose to bury Terri in Florida as they wanted, they were also upset by the last line of the grave marker, which read "I KEPT MY PROMISE". Though Michael's brother says it was simply meant to be a message from a husband to his dead wife, the Schindlers and their supporters took the statement as a slap in the face.

I looked at a picture of the grave marker, and I believe I noticed something other people missed... there IS a message that was intended to be a slap in the face, but apparently aimed at Jeb Bush, and not at the Schindlers.



It's hard to see in the photo, so I blew it up and enhanced it:




I can't believe no one else caught this.
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Comment #1 from Crouching Hamster (Guest)
2005 Jun 23 - 1:26 am : #
No way.
Comment #2 from Nicholas (Guest)
2005 Jun 23 - 11:42 am : #
Nice blow up.

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