Thread: What I Remember About The Pigs
10-06-2005, 12:33 AM #1
What I Remember About The Pigs
When I was a kid I spent the summers on my grandfather’s farm. This was an old style farm, where the cows were milked (not by hand) then we ran the milk through a separator put the cream in the cooler to be taken to the creamery on Friday and took the skim milk out to the pigs. We would mix this milk with grain mash and feed it to the pigs. When we called to them out in the pig pasture they knew what was up and the comical stampede that ensued and sound of pig feet hitting the ground always made me laugh.
Today I laugh a lot less as the hogs force their way up to the trough in America, swilling down not just tax dollars but future tax dollars as this country is now being run on the cuff. I guess you gotta give the shadow president Cheney credit for having some big ones, for maintaining a financial relationship with his Halliburton Corporation while he is in office and oversees the granting of billions of dollars in no bid contracts to his Halliburton partners when a convenient war or disaster makes opportunity knock.
10-06-2005, 08:59 AM #2Originally Posted by wolfuncle
There will be a show with exsurps from a film called Bush's Brain on LinkTV.
Bush's Brain serves as a guided tour through the one of the most dramatic political partnerships in American history between George W. Bush and his Senior Advisor, Karl Rove. The film explores the remarkable journey of this ultimate insider and the extraordinary role he has played in George W. Bush's rise to the political top. From his masterful political skills, to the secret machinations he carefully orchestrates, to his dramatic influence on foreign policy, his fingerprints are found throughout the political process. Feared and admired by Republicans and Democrats alike, Rove has raised a disturbing question for America: Who really runs the country?
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