I remember – and no, I’m not going to recite the Flanders poem (we had to memorize and recite that every year in elementary and it drove me insane) because I honestly think that, though the poem is lovely, people should be able to remember without a poem.
So remember with me that people died for our freedom – people who had families back home, people who were loved and cherished. A mother’s only son and a wife’s only hope. Take a minute from your day to issue a silent thank you to all those men and women that never came home.
I would never be brave enough to do that, and I want to personally say thank you to all the dead soldiers, to all the veterans, and to all the people who lost people. Thank you… and I’m sorry.
Let’s hope we can do something worthwhile before our time’s up, ladies and gentlemen, because if we just waste our lives, what good were their deaths?
I cried. Did you cry?
Speak to me! I almost didn’t believe it the first time the little one told me (I was at her place when the results came out). And then I promptly ran around screaming and dancing.
3 free Zoya polishes – of your choice!! Rules and restrictions in the image.Vote Obama, folks.
- He’s not a crazy-ass Republican
- Sarah Palin scares me
- Redneck McCain will probably die on the job, he’s so old
- For that matter, McCain scares me
- Because I’m an NDP girl (Liberal if it’s municipal – voting tactically!) and that means I’m for social systems, and all that other good stuff that is attached thereof
- If both the candidates suck, and one represents rich old white men, and one represents a more tolerant America… which one will you choose?
- Did I mention that McCain scares the bejeezus outta me?
I’m sorry if this post offends you guys – and I would love to hear who you’re voting for and why in the comments!! Feel free to tell me why I should support McCain, or why you also support Obama.
Promise me you’ll vote. I can’t wait until I’m legal!
Via People, via The Insider. My comments italicized.
• She’s frugal. “Sarah gave me a thank-you card after I helped her with her lieutenant-governor race,” said her friend, Kristen Cole, who has known the Alaska governor since childhood. “She liked the card so much that she didn’t sign it so I could give it to someone else.”
Read: she considers herself to be too buys for you, so she didn’t sign your card. Her secretary purchased the damn thing.
• She’s a techie. Palin prefers texting to phone calls.
Read: cannot answer questions under pressure. Has quick thumbs.
• She’s a rock fan. She named her son Trig Paxton Van Palin because it sounds like the band Van Halen. Says friend Judy Patrick, a former city council member who has known Palin for 12 years, “How cool was that to have a kid named Van Palin?”
Read: tries very hard, and yet, is still very lame
• She’s adaptable. Palin used to wear Mary Kay lipstick, but she now prefers MAC.
Read: Palin now considers herself too good for Mary Kay, and is “hip”. But I mean, seriously. You change your shade of lipstick and it means you’re adaptable? Well then, the beauty community consists of freaking chameleons!!
• She’s a traditionalist. Palin is against waxing. Cole recalls: “I remember that one of her girls wanted to get her legs waxed, and Sarah said, ‘Are you kidding me? What’s wrong with a razor?’ “
Read: She’s afraid of something new, unless it benefits her. Seriously people… if she was a man, she would totally be the type of wax-hating gun-bearing up-in-arms man that would hate the idea of a female running mate. Just because she’s female.
I didn’t notice today was the eleventh of September. I thought it was the tenth. We were all so just busy with our lives.
I just want to say sorry, because so many people lost people that were everything to them, and today, no one I know even fucking noticed.
I’m sorry that everything is so unfair.