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Tuesday, July 8, 2008

Entry for July 08, 2008

Democrats PLEASE drop the “CHANGE” mantra; it is a major source of migraines for those of us over fifty-five years old, mainly because we still remember the changes brought by Jimmy Carter’s comedy club of idealists. Except for our underwear, we old-timers rarely change anything. Even then, clean underwear is only for special occasions such as going to the hospital, church, or jail. We cling to our guns and our religion, and we like our underwear to cling to us.

I have underwear older than Barack Obama is, and that underwear has far more experience on the dark side of life than he does. Do you think politics is dirty? Barack needs to see my underwear; if he can deal with that he can rule the world, otherwise he needs to go back to Chicago for some seasoning.

Just how old is underwear with tags that read, "Made in the USA"? Only one candidate is old enough to remember; unfortunately, he may be too old to remember.

One candidate is so young he looks like he just stepped out of diapers and the other is so old he looks ready to be wrapped back into them. How should we vote? Depends...

James A. Zachary Jr.

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