Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Promise Broken': N.Y. to Lose 9/11 Aid

I'm speechless. Our "leaders" evoke 9/11 over everything from tax cuts to school vouchers, but when it really counts, they don't really care. $125 million for health care for New York firefighers who risked their lives on 9/11 and in its immediate aftermath? Not important. Bridge to nowhere for a Republican from Alaska? Absolute necessity. These people truly make me sick.

9 comments:

totolehero said...

move to canada !

Crackpot Press said...

GW, just so you know totolehero is a friend from the north. "Move to Canada" is an invitation and not meant in a "Move to Canada, Pinko!" type way.

"O, Canada... "

Giles Weaver said...

You know me. I'll go anywhere people are nekkid.

totolehero said...

ouch !

Giles Weaver said...

I have relatives in Montreal (Pointe Claire) so I know for a fact that peope there get nekkid. Except when it's winter, which is August - July.

totolehero said...

oh that is so not true GW.. montreal has a pretty long and very fun summer.. starting may it's sunny and warm... (maybe not miami hot, but hot) then it's extended to september...

and what do you exactly mean by nekkid ???

Giles Weaver said...

I love Montreal, but you're talking to someone who lives in Los Angeles. I stick by my original characterization of the weather. However, and I don't say this about very many places, the women in Montreal ROCK. exspi

"Naked" means "wearing no clothes."

In a sentence: She was naked in the shower.

"Nekkid" means "wearing no clothes and up to no good!"

In a sentence: THEY were nekkid in the shower.

totolehero said...

alright..

fine.. the weather can get chilly for a few months in the year, but it's beautifully chilly..

very fine.. the women here are rock and roll!! completely agree !!

i do know what 'naked' means honey!!i just didn't get what you meant when you said "I know for a fact that peope there get nekkid", because frankly, i've never seen a naked woman walking down the street here in MTL...

if you meant that women here are easy, and got nekkid for you... then, that's another story...

Crackpot Press said...

I don't like the term "easy"

I prefer the term "Fun"