Worse than the chief?

By EDITORIAL  |  April 19, 2006

Perhaps BushCheney will be best remembered as the architect of Stepford Nation, where dire warnings about gay marriage distracted and brainwashed voters sufficiently to convince them that BushCheney would keep America safe even though 9/11 occurred on his watch. Yes, under BushCheney’s benevolent leadership, Americans everywhere should feel as safe and protected as a Roman Catholic altar boy in South Boston.

Geri Spanek

I just wanted to thank Barry Crimmins for blasting the Bush administration. It’s not every day you can read an article filled with everything but facts and logic. For his next article, might I recommend throwing in a robot? Why a robot? Why not? If you’re going to mislead, I say go hog-wild!

Neil Clay

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