Sunday, August 22, 2004

Hello, Mr. Pot--Have you met Mr. Kettle?

So, another Swift boat captain, William Rood,came out to defend Kerry. The Swifties behind the controversial ad struck back:

"The Swift boat group, which garnered much of its initial financing from men who have supported Mr. Bush's and his father's political endeavors, has been ready to defend itself and quickly provided a statement Saturday saying Mr. Rood's article was politically motivated." --The New York Times, Aug. 22

Oh, I see--his motives are political. Glad we got that cleared up.

6 comments:

Gina said...

OK. Stop it. I am crying with laughter. No, wait. Keep it up. We need a voice of reason. Thank you.

Anonymous said...

May I suggest serving it with Brie? and don't forget the toast points.

You did say Shark.... right?

Jim Donahue said...

OK, Anonymous... stay away from driving or operating heavy machinery, you hear me?

Grammarian said...

Not toast POINTS! Toast WEDGIES!! Have you no sense of aesthetics?

Jim Donahue said...

I used to get toast wedgies all the time in gym class. Don't ask.

Anonymous said...

whats a swift boat anyway? has any1 heard of them before this?