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November 29, 2003
Slogans Wanted

There has to be a way the Donks can blame this on Bush:

Woman Knocked Unconscious By Wal-Mart Shoppers
Witnesses: Shoppers Stepped Over Woman Having Seizure

ORANGE CITY, Fla. -- A 41-year-old woman was knocked unconscious and then trampled by a mob of shoppers who continued to step over her as she suffered a seizure during a Friday sale at Wal-Mart in Orange City, Fla., according to Local 6 News.

Well, obviously this never would have happened if the President hadn't cut taxes. If people would just let the government have more of their paychecks, they wouldn't have as much to spend for the holidays, and we'd never have to see this sort of tragedy again.

Now that the Bush tax cuts are setting the economy back on track after the recent slump (which I might remind you, gentle reader, began before he took office), and now that the general public recognizes that things are getting better, and now that people are actually going out to spend their own money, we can undoubtedly see more such frenzied shopping-induded tramplings, right? Right?

The part of my brain responsible for rhyming can't come up with any catchy slogan for the moonbats to shriek about this....

"Bush cut tax rates -- people in dire straits!"

Wow, that's incredibly -- even amazingly -- weak.

I'm open to suggestions. In the meantime, I'm going to go have more coffee.

(link via James at VRWC)

Posted by Russ at 11:48 AM, November 29, 2003 in Idiots & News & Politics

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How about 'Tax Cuts Hurt the Poor-Women and Children Hurt the Most'?

Posted by: Kirk at November 29, 2003 11:58 AM

Unfortunately, it doesn't rhyme -- a necessity for the weak-minded for whom chanting such slogans is a substitute for rational thought.

Posted by: Russ at November 29, 2003 12:47 PM

Sounds to me like the bitch had it coming, getting between trashy women and XXXL panties at 30% off.

Posted by: Steve H. at December 1, 2003 01:00 PM

Can I trade this job for what's behind door # 2?

Posted by: Peter Pawan at March 14, 2004 01:39 AM