Friday, November 12, 2004

The 2004 Election in the Words of Dr Seuss

Driving through Utah's Bryce Canyon (yeah, I needed a vacation after all the blogging I did right up to the election, plus I simply did not want to spend November 2 in France, whoever won), I came upon a copy of the Cedar City Daily News. On the letters page, there was this from a Brent J Lewis:
They won without Hollywood, and its political hags
They won without Dan Rather and CBS's forged packages and bags
They won without Soros, elitists, and France
They won without activist judges wearing robes over their pants
They won without secular humanism's self-righteous ire
They won without the New York Times' liberal bar
They won without Michael Moore's phony "Fahrenheit 9/11"
They won without Jesse Jackson and his prayers to heaven
They won without Bill, Hillary, and Al Gore
They won without pop music, Whoopie Goldberg, and much, much more

So, as these liberal Democrats continue to puzzle and puzzle some more
A bright light is dawning and could heal their sore
With hand in hand and heart to heart
America stood tall and voted its part
It is from the good book out of which America was born
that again shines morals and values and faith ever strong
The Democrats foolishly moored their hopes to a false Moore foundation
And have now been set adrift inside their own nation

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