Friday, October 22, 2004


Duck... Duck... GOOSE!

Well, I guess Senator Kerry shot a goose the other day while wearing a magic hat in Cambodia. Many observers like Radio Blogger have gone into detail on this one. Where is the missing goose? In keeping with his French theme, perhaps Sen. Kerry should resurrect Inspector Clouseau. Forgive me if I start twitching like Chief Inspector Dreyfus if Kerry is elected.

Earlier this month, the New York Times went hunting for a Catholic goose, namely, Archbishop Chaput of Denver. To read the full transcript of the interview (plus have access to a link to the NYT article) click here. There were many key statements in that interview, but the one that really jumped out at me was Archbishop Chaput's statement about the decision we, as voters, have to make: "Why would you trust someone with your life, if that person is willing to let unborn babies die?" I am starting to like the idea of living in Denver even more since the Archbishop is not one of those seamless garment loons, and the Broncos hammered the Raiders in Oakland recently. Now if we could just do something about the snow.

I suppose for the NYT and Kerry, the idea that the ends justifies the means applies at all times. This same idea also is followed by the many parents who park in the "NO PARKING" zone on one of the side streets while waiting to pick up their kids. About Fifty yards to the south is an entrance to a pick-up area and more city street area that has no parking restrictions. Of course these are the same parents that produce such lines overheard at back-to-school night as: "What does it matter if my child is late to class," and "How many fingers is he supposed to use (in reference to proper typing techniques)?" Well, at least I didn't have any drunks this year.

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