5 thoughts on “Bush ‘n Bulbous”

  1. Boston is going to the World Series! If Houston beats St.Louis tonight then the World Series could be a preview of the outcome of the election. And if the Sox win, is that a sign of the Apocalypse or the Prelude to a Brave New World of international peace and brotherhood with everyone standing in a circle holding hands and singing an old Coca-Cola jingle?

  2. If the Boston Red Sox were to beat the Texas Pink Slippers, I shall believe. Let’s not forget the Washington Manure Shovers are strong contenders as well! Too bad the Little Rock Cigar Suckers have left the race…

  3. St.Louis won so it’s gonna be the Sox vs. the Cardinals. Since Missoouri is a “swing state” and not the home team of either of the Demorublican canidates, any significance ascribed to the outcome of the election in connection with the winning of the series is moot, but I’ll still root for Boston, if only to annoy all the St. Louis devotees at work.

  4. If the Boston Rex Sox can take come back from the dead and take four straight from the New York Yankees, perhaps it’s possible that Kerry can actually win the presidency

  5. Actually, the correct answer to that (with proper resect to the brilliance of John Cleese) is 10:
    1. one to deny that a light bulb needs to be changed,
    2. one to attack the patriotism of anyone who says the light bulb needs to be changed,
    3. one to blame Clinton for burning out the light bulb,
    4. one to tell the nations of the world that they are either for changing the light bulb your way or for living in darkness,
    5. one to give a billion dollar no-bid contract to Halliburton for the new light bulb,
    6. one to arrange a photograph of Bush, dressed as a janitor, standing on a step ladder under the banner: Lightbulb Change Accomplished,
    7. one administration insider to resign and write a book documenting in detail how Bush was literally in the dark,
    8. one to viciously smear #7,
    9. one surrogate to campaign on TV and at rallies on how George Bush has had a strong light-bulb-changing policy all along,
    10. and finally one to confuse Americans about the difference between screwing a light bulb and screwing the country.

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