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Thursday, May 11, 2006

Rally 'Round the Flagging Bush Team

Good morning class, and welcome to the Rush Limbaugh School of Advanced Letter Writing. Rush can't be with us today; a little misunderstanding on the part of the law enforcement people in Florida regarding Rush's pharmaceutical regimen. But let me assure you that he will be here in spirit.

As you are no doubt aware, our beloved president is under attack as never before by the liberal media elite. As a result of their unrelenting and, I need hardly add, unreliable and biased reporting, his poll ratings have experienced a modest decline.

I say modest decline because while the media jackals think a 32 percent approval rating is something we should be worried about, I'd like to remind them that there are very few major league baseball players batting over .300 at the moment. You might want to keep that in mind for future use.

Anyway, the reason you're here is because you represent a vital line of defense in our struggle to keep the hate America crowd from undermining all the good that the Bush-Cheney team has done over the last five years.

And the way you can do that is to monitor the slanted stories that are the media's stock in trade and counter attack with letters full of facts that give the lie to those gloom and doom-spreaders.

Take for example, the recent stories about the loss of American lives in Iraq topping 2,400 last week. The hand-wringers have made a big deal of that, but you can remind them that we lost more men than that on D-Day in Normandy.

Yes, you in the back row with your hand up. You have something to offer?

"Yes, sir. I just wanted to point out that my uncle Fred landed in Normandy on D-Day plus two and fought across France, Belgium and into Germany. And he was back home in Williamsport 14 months later. We've been in Iraq three years now and things are just as bad or worse than when we went in. I don't think that argument is going to fly with people who remember WW Two."
READ THE REST...Rally 'Round the Flagging Bush Team


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