Application of the Critical Theory

Something Funny?

An old priest lay dying in the hospital. For years, he had faithfully served the people of the nation's capital in Washington D.C. He motioned for his nurse to come near. "Yes, Father?" said the nurse. "I would really like to see President G.W. Bush and Senator Clinton before I die," whispered the priest. "I'll see what I can do, Father" replied the nurse. The nurse sent the request to the White House and the Senate. Soon the word arrived; Both politicians would be delighted to visit the priest and wondered why the old priest wanted to see them.
When the politicians arrived at the priest's room, the old priest offered his right hand to President Bush and his left to Senator Clinton. Each of the politicians gladly took the priest's hands. The Media recorded the entire event. Afterwards, there was silence and a look of serenity on the old priest's face. Finally, Senator Clinton spoke. "Father, of all the people you could have chosen, why did you choose us to be with you as you near the end?"
The old priest slowly replied, "I have always tried to pattern my life after Christ." "Amemm" said President Bush. "Amen" said Senator Clinton. The old priest continued... "He died between two lying thieves. I would like to do the same."

Will any of them double the minimum wage?!?
Will any of them give us universal health care and have 'Wall Street pay for it?!?
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NO LONGER FICTION: For more information concerning George W. Bush's cocaine conviction and his father's use of power to hide his son's past, read pages 299 - 311, 366, and 367 of "Fortunate Son: George W. Bush and the Making of an American President" (ISBN 1-887128-50-6).


QUESTION: How many Republicans does it take to screw in a lightbulb?

ANSWER: Four hundred and sixty-two:

Twelve to investigate Clinton's involvement in the failure of the old bulb, twenty-three to deregulate the light bulb industry, sixteen to cut funding for alternative lighting R&D, thirty-four to cut the tax rate on light bulbs, fifty-three to design a block grant so the states can change the bulb, forty-one to talk with defense contractors about night-vision gear instead, and two hundred and eighty-three to pass a law making it illegal to discuss naked bulbs (or screwing anything) on the Internet. -- Author unknown.

And how is this different from Solyndra?!?


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