Wave the flag I say. Wave it. Just don't roll it up and wet the end and pop the other athletes with it in the locker room. And don't use it to
sell things. Just wave it.
Peanut Butter is sold in those little plastic jars. What happened to the glass ones. The new ones have that funny foil under the lid, with little
numbers stamped on it
Some kind of subliminable message.
And of coarse, grape jelly is a key component of THAT Korear's new-cue-lar program.
I like bush. Not his policies. Him. And I'll tell you why. He's not slick. He may be rich, but he's just some guy from management. He
doesn't use focus groups like Bill did. (That explains why his policies are not more focused.)
He don't hardly care if he looks ignernt. He jess does stuff.
Of course I'm from the South, too; so I can sort of understand him better than many of you can.
I'll tell you how he becomed governor of texas: He sounds like a cashier at Walmart, and so peoples dis-underestimates his intelligence. He caused
a revolution in the way Texas gub'mit is runned. And he did it without blathering on and on in the media. (Seriously, Texas is looking at a
Republican majority in its legislature for the first time since it joined the Union.)
He is intelligent; just not verbose. If you look at the way he ran his oil interests, you'll see that he was an extremely shrewd manager and
investor; making more money for his family than anyone since his great-grandfather.
I had a friend, another elected official, who put it this way. Bush is popular in the South because he isn't on TV every day. People in the south
saw Bill Clinton every night on TV. He was over exposed. And people who were originally neutral grew to hate clinton. A good politician is like a
good cop: Never there unless you need him. No one wants to see squad cars driving in front of your house all day long. It scares you, and looks like
a police state. People only want to hear from the president when something needs fixin. Yankees loved Bill because he could talk. Southerners love
Bush because he doesn't. He just fixes thangs that.
And as they say in Texas, "if it ain't broke . . . don't break it."