Friday, October 14, 2005

Sort of funny joke.

George Bush, Dick Cheney and Donald Rumsfeld are flying on Air Force One. The President looks at the Vice President, chuckles, and says, "You know, I could throw a $1,000 bill out the window right now and make somebody very happy." The Vice President shrugs and says, "Well, I could throw 10 $100 bills out the window and make 10 people very happy." Not to be out done, the Secretary of Defense says, "Of course, then, I could throw 100 $10 bills out the window and make a hundred people very happy." The pilot rolls his eyes and says to his co-pilot, "Such arrogant asses back there. Hell, I could throw the three of them out the window and make 56 million people really happy."

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Tuesday, October 11, 2005

Girlfriend Update

I have the sweetest and most beautiful girlfriend ever. I love her.

New Subtitle for my book.

How to fix America's broken system
(My last subtitle was too cynical.)

Friday, October 07, 2005

My book is published.

I'm kind of proud of the fact that I didn't become discouraged and give up on writing The New Bill Of Rights. I had the sense all along that it was an exercise in futility for a variety of reasons. But, despite everything, it's done. There are still a few things I would like to change in the book, but I realized the editing process is almost infinite. The book is good enough as far as I'm concerned.

I learned a couple of things during the course of writing the book that I think I already knew, but now, I really know. This country is a long way away from ideal. Professional politicians are really only interested in maintaining the status quo, and they will never make the changes needed to fix the oppressive broken down systems in this country. (NEVER EVER EVER EVER!)

It's up to the American people to educate themselves so that they can overcome the intimidating task of setting in place real policy for purpose of creating a society where illiteracy, corruption, and poverty are being effectively dealt with because George W. Bush sure as hell isn't doing it. His replacement sure as hell isn't going to start doing it in 2008.

So, I wrote The New Bill Of Rights. It's a short book, which actually addresses the major issues confronting the American people. It's actually about setting in place policy, which would actually change the American culture. I'm not kidding. Something big, new, and different is needed.

I don't need to tell you:
1. Our public education system sadistically leaves students behind.
2. Corporations have too much influence in Washington.
3. Drug Laws are racist and totally futile.
4. CEO's of large corporations completely neglect their own employees while giving themselves multi-million dollar a year salaries.
5. American foreign policy is 100% militancy. (This a bad thing.)
6. Politicians have thrown each American 10's of thousands of dollars in debt with the National Debt.
7. At the end of George W. Bush's 2nd term, it's almost a 100% guarantee, he'll take a seat on the Board of Directors of a defense company. (Anyone care to wager.)
8. Our Tax Laws are completely oppressive and confusing.

Anyway, I wrote The New Bill Of Rights. It talks about changing the Constitution of the United States with intention of changing the status quo(1-8), and thereby making the United States a more tolerable place to live for everyone. Please read my book, and decide for yourself if it's time to change the Constitution in this country. You can purchase it at