Today's Note From a Madman


Tuesday, December 28, 2004




Two-hundred and fifty thousand dollars (I had to write it out to believe it) if you want to rub elbows with President "G"(lobal) "W"(arming) Bush, Dick Cheney (the President in Charge of Vice) and the other Corporate Communists who will foot this ridiculously high bill. The total cost for the "Coronation" of the Doofus (I hope I spelled that right - Microsoft Word's Spell Checker didn't have that word listed)  who would be King?



That doesn't even include the $4 million it will cost US taxpayers for security.

Think about this:
The Bush administration said that the United States would contribute $15 million to the relief efforts after the tsunami that killed over 60,000 people in countries that surround the Indian Ocean. They were so embarrassed by that measly amount that they had to get their "ball dropper", Secretary of State Colin Powell to come out and tell us all that the United States is not "stingy" and will contribute an additional $20 million.

That brings the total to $35 million, or $5 million short of the total contribution to pay homage to the President.


The President and his Corporate Communists will spend more on the inauguration than they will to help save the people of India, Indonesia, Thailand, Sumatra, and many other affected nations too poor to help themselves.

Mr. Bush told us all on December 23 to "volunteer" to help the needy; to give our time and money to help those less fortunate than us in this "Holiday Season" (the President didn't say "Christmas" - I guess he was thinking political correctness). Then he was off to Camp David, to be followed by a stay at his Crawford, TX ranch for a "vacation."



US citizens have been contributing to the relief effort because its the right thing to do.

Wouldn't it be nice to see the President, and the Corporate Communists do the same?


-Noah Greenberg




Inspector General, Clark Kent Irvin may actually be Superman. The Transportation Security Administration (TSA) distributed about $1.5 million in individual cash awards to 88 executives during 2003, making its average award more than any other agency's average award to executives, according to his report.

You see, boys and girls, the Inspector General's job is oversight, and he is apparently good at it.

Having told his bosses (the President, Vice President, etc.) of the irregularities in Homeland Security funds being spent by the TSA, Mr. Irvin was given the present of never having to report to work again after January 20, 2005.


That's right, boys and girls, THE PRESIDENT FIRED SUPERMAN!

There is no truth to the rumor that, for a parting gift, Clark Kent Irvin received a pocket watch made of kryptonite.


-Noah Greenberg



In Plano, TX, Jonathan Morgan, an elementary school teacher was allowed to distribute and share the religious origin of the dreaded "Christmas Candy Cane" with his students after first being told he could not due so. It seems that the Thomas Elementary School was sued by those who want to allow the teacher to express his "First Amendment Rights" to his students.

The plaintiffs are represented by the Liberty Legal Institute, a Texas-based advocacy firm dedicated to protecting "religious freedoms and First Amendment rights for individuals, groups, and churches," according to their Web site.

The problem here is that just a year ago families sued to make sure that Harry Potter wasn't read to these same students because it promoted the Wicca religion.

Someone please give me a list of religions that fall under the First Amendment and those that don't.


-Noah Greenberg


(P.S. Anyone needing help should contact them at (972) 423-3131. Feel free to share this number with all of your friends. Send it out in emails. Publish it on bulletin boards. Take out an ad. Scream it from the rooftops. Go down to your nearest Mosque and make this number available for all there to use.)

Stupid Quote of the Day

"Overwhelmingly, from the grass roots of the party, the feeling is `Don't give up. Keep fighting,'"
-Nope, this isn't the quote of any Democrat in Ohio.
-Nope, this isn't any Democrat who fights for the rights of every American to have his or her vote counted.
-This is the voice of
Chris Vance, the Washington State Republican Party Chairman, after all votes were actually counted in Washington State. Democrat Christine Gregoire defeated the favored Republican Dino Rossi in what one might call a "fair and balanced" recount.


-Noah Greenberg


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-Noah Greenberg