July 05, 2004

Today is your last chance to compose a haiku in honor of President Bush's birthday tomorrow. My muse for this sort of thing has obviously taken the weekend off, as I've tried and failed to come up with a good one. Maybe I'll spend a few minutes here and see if it helps. And I'll be checking with The Stakeholder to see if they're successful at delivering the haikus and cards for the President's birthday.

Posted by Charles Kuffner on July 05, 2004 to General snarkiness | TrackBack

The "base"? No problem:
Tell them what they want to hear.
Nothing else matters.

Posted by: Frank Wilhoit on July 5, 2004 1:52 PM

Appointed Ashcroft.
Gave us the Patriot Act.
Kiss freedom goodbye.

Posted by: Tim on July 5, 2004 3:03 PM

One can hear the wheels
In his brain slowly turning
As he sits and thinks.

Last election proved
That one needs only five votes
To be President.

Had Al Gore won his
Home state of Tennessee, then
Supreme Court not needed.

Economy up
But the dollar is shrinking
And jobs stay stagnant.

Saddam Hussein is
supposed to have WMD
But I could be wrong.

Afghanistan was
the start of War On Terror.
Then was is Iraq?

November 2nd,
The voters will get to say
Bye-bye to the Shrub!

(all done while I was doing my laundry in the last hour)

Posted by: William Hughes on July 5, 2004 7:29 PM


Flag on the play, William!

"WMD" is at least 4 syllables by itself (depends on if it's "dubya" or "double-u").

Five yards. Repeat the down.

Posted by: CrispyShot on July 6, 2004 8:16 AM

I knew somebody was going to catch that. :-(

Try this:

That Saddam Hussein
Must have WMD.
But I could be wrong.

Posted by: William Hughes on July 6, 2004 8:36 AM

Cherry blossoms fall
Child-man scrawls 'Let Freedom Reign!'
Lips move as he writes

Posted by: HWRNMNBSOL on July 6, 2004 9:39 AM