Wednesday, July 14, 2004

Slim-Fast Trims Whoopi From Ads

Following her recent allegedly bawdy performance at a Kerry fundraiser, Whoopi Goldberg has been dropped as a spokesperson for Slim-Fast.
"I only wish that the Republican re-election committee would spend as much time working on the economy as they seem to be spending trying to harm my pocketbook."
Whoopi, check the economy. It's strong. Oh, and welcome to a world where actions have consequences.

2 Comments:

Blogger PusBoy said...

And, how is the economy strong? It seems that the few months of growth were a small blip, and we're headed back in the other direction.

And, consequences? When might I see or hear about the consequences of Dick Cheney telling Patrick Leahy to go fuck himself?

And, when can I expect the consequences for Donald Rumsfeld for at best, piss poor planning for the war in Iraq, and at worst, ordering torture and crimes against humanity?

I could go on and on, but hey, consequences only apply to people on the left. Leading us into a false war is okay because Iraq might have some day been able to plan to have an operation to produce WMD and then possibly use them against the USA or maybe given them to a terrorist organization that might consider using them on the USA.

And, what about the consequences of the complete failure to find the one 6'6" Arab in Afghanistan and/or Pakistan who needs to go to a hospital once or twice a month for dialysis.

Hmm??

2:28 PM  
Blogger Gunner said...

The economy? Job growth still positive, unemployment steady at a rate described as strong when posted under the previous administration, and the trade gap surprisingly narrowed (http://story.news.yahoo.com/news?tmpl=story&cid=568&ncid=749&e=1&u=/nm/20040713/bs_nm/economy_dc).

As to the rest of your assertions concerning consequences, I may not agree with how you phrased or colored such events and situations but, yes, they also have consequences. If deemed needed by the American public, consequences can be imposed in November and enforced in January.

10:19 PM  

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