Friday, December 31, 2004

2004: The Year in Review

This was a very stupid year.

8 comments:

Hegemon said...

I see you're doing nothing to counter the arguement that Democrats are perennial sore losers, keep up the "good" work Ian, I'll be sure to laugh in your face again come 2008.

Michael said...

Ian doesn't have to counter that argument, Tommy. Your man Rossi in Washington going "Waah, waaah, I lost: I want a do-over!" is all the counter-argument the Democratic Party needs.

Hegemon said...

Rossi isn't "my man", I have no idea about the man's ideals or stance on issues and could really care less. But his whining is very Democrat-esque isn't it? It's just as annoying.

Michael said...

Sure he's your man, Tommy. He represents your party. And he's behaving exactly like the stereotypical Repuglican. He thinks he's entitled to whatever the hell he wants, and when he doesn't get it, suddenly "activist judges" are a good thing, lawyers are no longer scum-sucking bottom-feeders, and the allegedly sacrosanct will of the people means less than a fart in a hurricane.

PusBoy said...

Rossi farted in a hurricane?

Ian, 2004 sucked. Mainly because from about May until 11:30 pm on Nov. 2, I really thought there was a chance that we could have a free and fair election, and people would vote with their minds and not with their Bibles.

Damn you public school education! Now I'll never be in skull and bones!

Liz "the Biz" said...

Well said, Ian. I expect 2005 will continue to suck.

Kyle said...

I must admit that there is nothing better than hearing whiney liberals stew in their own hatred. Haha!

Phillip said...

You deride "hatred" but have no problem with taking pleasure in the misery of others? It sounds like that's what you're doing. Why should it be a surprise, though, that any Bush supporter would come across that way (hypocritical maybe?).