Tuesday, August 02, 2005

5 Questions the President Doesn't Want You Asking

1. Where's Osama?
2. Weren't Karl Rove and "Scooter" Libby just in the news for something?
3. What happened to that Social Security idea?
4. Could Saddam have been deposed for less than $400,000,000,000 and 1700 American lives?
5. At 59, how many hours a day does the president spend working-out so he can breeze through his yearly physical

I know, I'm a bitter, twisted old ferret. But, it's in my nature to ask questions. And, contrary to popular beliefs, it's not anti-American to do so.

5 questions the Founding Fathers probably asked:

1. Is pursuing happiness equal to life and liberty?
2. Can we, in good conscience, follow a tyrant king spending our tax dollars on far-flung adventures all the while not listening to our pleas?
3. Could we establish a better government?
4. Are high values worth fighting for?
5. Should we establish one state religion, or let people decide how they want to relate to God?

Keep asking questions.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

Questions worth asking indeed.