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Monday, November 15, 2004

Bear Down!

Who would have thought that the Chicago Bears offense could score 3 points, and they would WIN! Sunday, my beloved Chicago Bears won to improve to 4-5 with a 19-17 OT win over the Titans! [Sportsline]
Too bad that middle linebacker Brian Urlacher will be out 4-6 weeks after a lower leg injury. OUCH!

This article is on The Politics of Victimization. I received it in an e-mail, and thought it was definitely worth reading for any Democrat that is still reeling from the recent election. [Mathew Gross]

3 comments:

~Michael said...

So let me get the vibe of this article straight.... they are comparing bush winning the election to a man beating his wife?

Benny B said...

No, they not are comparing bush winning the election to a man beating his wife...this article is saying that the way that Democrats are now, after the election is compared to domestic violence. The pattern of domestic violence is similar to the way that the Dems are being portrayed and treated by Republicans.
"Watch us descend into a world of crazy-making, where logic does not work and the other side tells us we are nuts when we rely on facts. A world where, worst of all, we begin to believe we are crazy."
"Even if you do everything right, they’ll hit you anyway. Look at the poor souls who voted for this nonsense. They are working for six dollars an hour if they are working at all, their children are dying overseas and suffering from lack of health care and a depleted environment and a shoddy education. And they don’t even know they are being hit." That last paragraph is the point of the article-breaking the chain of abuse.

~Michael said...

Hmmm... ok, well see that didn't really break it down for me... that just requoted the article I just read -- I can read it again and again and again just fine until I'm blue in the face. That does $#iT to explain it to me.

In this article,
Man beating his wife =
the wife =
and the answer to all of this is vote democrat?

See I can program any number of VCR's, I'm somewhat handy w/ computers, I can beat most people @ Jeopardy, and I'm quicker than most to understand a joke.

But politics is nothing but a headache to me!!!
(am I the only one that feels as if it's simply everyone trying to prove every opinion wrong except their own?)