11 November 2005
Just call me Chernobyl, 'cause I can create meltdowns
Remember last month, when I said I was done commenting over at Armand's? I lied. I stopped for a while, but in that time, there have been one or two things that I just could not resist commenting on. I'm weak. I'm sorry, I've let myself down.
Anyway, you may have heard that today President Bush made a speech in which he said: "while it's perfectly legitimate to criticize my conduct of the war, it is deeply irresponsible to rewrite the history of how that war began."
Poor guy. I won't even get into it. That's not what this entry is about. Suffice to say, I hope the folks in attendance at the speech had large boots on. It had to be flowing mighty thick there.
I wasn't aware of the speech until I saw an entry at Armand's entitled "He finally said it." I couldn't help myself. I just had to comment. Here's what I said:
I was hoping for "I quit."
Comment from ber144 - 11/11/05 10:50 AM
Two words. Two words that have caused a complete and total meltdown over there. What the hell is wrong with me? Why can't I learn from prior experience? When will I learn that there are people in this world who lack the ability to perhaps think someone is being snarky? It's gone Chernobyl over there.
See for yourself. Hurry though, before it all disappears in a radioactive poof.