Time with Bob Boudelang
Brave President Stands Just One Woman Away From the Axles
February 22, 2002
by Bob Boudelang, Angry American Patriot
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here he is - Bob Boudelang, American Patriot, with this week's
It is another week of triumph and excitement at home because
Our Great President Bush is not here. Instead he is overseas
where people there love him even more than ever if you don't
count the angry demonstrators and enemies. But the good people
overseas are relieved that he has stood up against the Axles
of Evil: Iraq, their best friend Iran, and that hot bed of
Muslin fundamentalism North Korea, even if they did not say
so. You can just tell.
I would say hats off! to the war on terrorism and fanatical
liberalism, but I still do not have a hat to off! with. I
got on the bus to Washington to confront Deputy Jack "Slick
Wille" Oliver and demand a hat, but it was the wrong Washington
and all that happened was I got rained on and overcharged
However, I was going through Salt Lake City when the finger
skating scandal erupted. What a disgrace!
I think every true American was outraged that the person
who actually won did not and that the person who came in second
was awarded the "win" by a bunch of crooked judges! Really!
It makes us all sick to think that those judges put a loser
ahead of the winner just for partisan purposes. I would not
be surprised to find out there was some sort of favoritism
involved, or maybe even some kind of payoff.
Let's face it. The results will always be disputed and people
will regard the so-called winner with disdain and scorn. And
who can blame them? In this world if you do not earn what
you get but just have it handed to you by crooked judges or
whoever, you will never deserve anything but contempt from
decent people and no-one will ever forget it. I think even
the most extremist Socialist Democrap would agree with me
I would hope there would be some sort of official investigation
in our courts, but instead they are busy still harassing
poor Katherine Harris over the election. Yes, there are
people who cannot get over it "just because" they were kept
from voting. And yes, she and the two state agencies and the
company that knocked all those black people in the state off
the voter rolls wanted to stop the lawsuit, but I am sure
they are secretly relieved that now they will be able to tell
their story in a court of law.
It is a shame that the NAAC(L)P is busy playing the race
card like this instead of doing something to help black people
get over their inferiority, like forcing welfare mothers to
get married. There are plenty of white people like myself
who did not vote for Our Great President because they forgot
or something, yet you do not see us suing Al Gore. We have
got over it and so should they. And that is not bigoted but
plain common sense, so there!
I do not have much to say about Salt Lake City which, although
it is full of good people who believe in guns, guts and God,
does not tolerate panhandling or people sleeping in doorways.
Or so somebody told me (and not a cop either, so stop saying
that). As you sew, so shall you reek, as it says in the Constitution,
and I will leave it at that.
I no sooner returned then George Dubya left, although that
is not the reason haha. At least I do not think so.
Our Great President's first stop was in Japan where they
were very happy to see him. He spoke of the great century
and a half of peace and friendship between the two countries
(which is true if you don't count the little space of time
between Pearl Harbor and Hiroshima, so there).
It was horrible to see the liberal running dog lackeys of
the yellow journalism press jump all over Our Great President
just because he did not know the difference between devaluation
and deflation and made the Tokyo stock market crash. As if
anyone else knows what it means.
Besides, it was only the biggest one-day slide in two months,
not the end of the world. You would think the Japanese would
have sense of humor the way they did when our Great Father
of the President threw up on their little Prime minister,
but I guess the bitter experience of having to deal with Slick
Willy for eight years has made them less fun. They did not
bring up them damaging our submarine with that fishing boat
last year, though, so that was good.
Then it was on to Korea where happy crowds turned out at
our military bases. Predictably the chattering beebops of
negatism focused on the actual Koreans instead, who rioted
in the streets, unwilling to face up to the wisdom of Bush.
"We seek a peaceful region where weapons of mass destruction
do not threaten peace," he said on one Air Force base in front
of our bombers, and who could disagree? Not me, I was not
there. I only read about it the next day.
Then he went right up to the front where he stood just one
woman away from the Axles of Evil itself. I don't recall Slick
Willy ever standing behind anybody to confront evil himself,
much less a defenseless woman. But he does not have the courage
of Our Great George, who kept the Viet Cong out of Houston
and El Paso and was never officially charged with being AWOL.
I was so proud of him that I put the picture I cut out of
the newspaper on my locker at the bus station. Well you would
not believe it but some DemocRat LIEberal had the nerve to
vandalize it as soon as I put it up.
I was so upset I went to the newsstand to get another copy
of the picture, and would you believe it, someone vandalized
I wish I could find out who is doing it. Fortunately I have
the help of Secret Service Agent Brown, who I am proud to
say did not wait to be asked. Both times I saw him standing
right there at my locker, trying to match magic marker samples
to the writing. I am sure he will get to the bottom of this
evil terrorism soon.
Speaking of evil, I got another letter from Deputy Jack "Slick
Willy" Oliver to spontaneously pretend to be a Democrat with:
Bush's energy plan is important for our nation's national
and economic security.
war on terrorism should remind all of us of the need for
energy self-reliance. President Bush's bipartisan energy
plan will increase our energy independence. By promoting
renewables and permitting limited, environmentally safe
drilling in ANWR, President Bush will protect our nation's
short- and long-term security.
here to forward this message to your team.
plan is also important to our economy. High energy costs
hurt our farmers and workers, making everything more expensive.
The President's plan will also create tens of thousands
of jobs. That's why unions like the Teamsters and Carpenters
have supported this common sense plan.
will consider the Senate energy plan in late February and
early March. Let your Senator know that you support the
President's energy plan. Take action today!
I sent it right out to my Senators and newspapers but wrote
"Warning - you will not get a hat" at the bottom so they would
not be fooled.
I hope that we can go back to the glorious days of blackouts
to show the importance of more deregulation, before we get
mired in the nightmare of conservation.
If we do not get this energy bill passed and get more money
out of the hands of old and sick people and into the hands
of our great energy companies, it will be like Osama Bin Laden
has won. And not because George Dubya let him get away, so
stop saying that.
Instead let us all pull together to make sure that the war
keeps going no matter what. We will never have peace unless
we fight for it. As Shakespeare said, "Stand up, sit down,
fight fight fight." And how.
Bob Boudelang has only an empty head without his hat and
knows you believe, as he does, this is as wrong as $4 for
a cup of coffee not even in a real cup.
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