27 February 2004

Rap and George Bush

So many new and exciting things.

Okay, I downloaded DJ Danger Mouse's remix of The Beatles' White Album and Jay-Z's Black Album (yeah, that's right, Jay-Z). I can't really believe that I think this is as good as I do.

You know, Rosie O'Donnell, I think you're great and all, but this here may be one of the dumbest things I have ever heard: "I think the actions of the president are, in my opinion, the most vile and hateful words ever spoken by a sitting president," O'Donnell said on the program. "I am stunned and I'm horrified." What did George Bush say? "We should also conduct this difficult debate in a manner worthy of our country, without bitterness or anger."  Yeah, I totally think that's outrageous. I mean, someone, please, stop the madness.

Okay, Rosie, I'm being facetious and facetious is just a big word for "funny" because A) You have no idea what you're talking about because A) you didn't listen to what Bush said and B) you haven't ever heard a Presidential speech ever and no, Hillary Clinton talking about how hot Tom Cruise is doesn't count and C) you can't read and D) you don't have any idea what "sitting President" means and E) "actions...spoken?" come on, Rosie: that's bush league and — back to the first list- uh, crap, I forgot what I was saying.

It boils down to this right now: no one supports gay marriage. From the beloved John "I'll-save-you-all-from-the-horror-of-Washington-insiders" Kerry down to Howard "Crap-what-happened-to-my-fricken-campaign-oh-wait-wait-now-I-remember" Dean. So Bush doesn't support gay marriage. Big dirty secret, Rosie: Everyone everyone agrees with him.

Okay, so do I support gay marriage? Well, not in the church, no. In the State? Well, I would vote against it, if I got to vote about it, but, frankly, I'm not going to get my panties all out of order because of it.

Jay-Z say, "All I got is my balls and my word." I add, "and my pipe." Yeah, Jay-Z. Yeah.