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Giving notice to a few people
by D L Johnson   
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Last edited: Sunday, January 27, 2008
Posted: Sunday, January 27, 2008

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"Show me the money" That is all I really want to know. Where is the money coming from? dlj

Giving notice to a few people.

Dan Johnson

© 2008


Hasn’t this been a week to remember?  President Bush has opened the door to deepen the deficit, as if it were not deep enough now.


Finally, for those who have been paying attention, you will notice that Tiger Woods is plugged into his cap, allowing my telepathic tutoring during the Buick Open.  Way to go Tiger, just one more day, and it will be a four-plete.


To President Bush:

Mr. President you have finally insulted my intelligence.  It would not take a lot to accomplish that task but you have managed to do it quite nicely.  It is amazing to me that “To stimulate the economy” you want to give us poor schmucks, the taxpayers, a tax rebate.  How stupid do you think we are?  No matter how much money ends up in our pockets, do not call it a rebate.  To me that implies the taxes we originally paid, were erroneous.  Call it whatever you want, but do not call it a rebate.


At the beginning of your first term, you took control of The White House and a balanced budget.  Not long after you became “the decider” you handed out checks to the American people and immediately threw our nation into a spiraling deficit.  To add misery to that, after the horrendous events of 9/11 you launched an attack on Afghanistan…then left because you thought you had bigger fish to fry in Iraq.  That was a “Wow” moment in your administration, thanks to the likes of Donald Rumsfeld and Dick Cheney.  Only then did you learn that you could not run a war “on the cheap” 


To summarize, Mr. President, within the first 90 days of your administration you drove our nation into a financial deficit. You sent our young men and women directly into harms way, which is costing us trillions of dollars and you thought if you flew a million dollar jet aircraft onto a carrier ship and declared “Mission Accomplished” that you had succeeded.  Right?  No, because now you want the American people to spend “funny money” That is, money that does not really exist.  No one has clearly explained where this money is coming from.


If you are hell bent on sending the checks, send away…but think about this. If a family of four gets a check don’t you think they will be more likely to do responsible things like; pay bills, buy groceries, put gas in their car, then perhaps they might go out to dinner, if there is any money left.


This temporary solution would be better served, by extending unemployment compensation for those who are out of work.  This money should be spent on education, healthcare, job training or finding shelter and care for homeless veterans.  



Mr. President if you did those things I just listed, you could finally say “Mission Accomplished.”  Until then sir, your actions are as funny as the money you want to spend.


To Tiger Woods:

Tiger, just remember what I’ve been teaching you, and yesterday a few times your cap was slightly askew, which causes my telepathic messages to be impeded.  Just think about it, if you win today (Sunday 1/27/08) and I think you will, your victory will be four in a row.  Your welcome in advance, it is my pleasure to help.


Dan Johnson

(c) 2008

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Reviewed by Regis Auffray 12/26/2012
And look where the deficit is now, Dan. Well expressed. Thank you. Love and peace to you,

Reviewed by Stan Grimes 11/19/2008
Dan, you just wrote a letter to the president, but...but can the president read?
Reviewed by Mildred Kisor 11/6/2008
Dan altho this is to say this article is in the past a few days you surely called the situation right. No offence meant but with words like these if you had run for the Presidency you might have won. Why do you think it is that only you and I can see the facts so clearly and everyone else thinks we are crazy???? Mildred Kisor
Reviewed by Eileen Granfors 4/29/2008
Boy, do I agree with you on these "stimulus" checks! Ridiculous. How about American jobs on American soil and something for the working stiffs? Good job, Dan.
Reviewed by E. Farrand 2/1/2008
And today, Exxon reported record 4th quarter earnings. Are THEY going to give a rebate to us for overpaying for fuel? As far as Tiger goes, can I get one of those hats too??
Reviewed by George Thompson 1/29/2008
Way to go, Dan. I think this ought to be an email to don't you?

Reviewed by Mr. Ed 1/28/2008
This money should be spent on education, healthcare, job training or finding shelter and care for homeless veterans.

And what wonderful accomplishments and much needed steps forward this once great nation could have done with all those wasted trillions of American dollars.

But it does amaze me that the majority of Americans took so long to be fed up with all of this, and Scuttlebutt now says a brand new massive military offensive in other countries in the Middle East is already being planned. I wonder how many more trillions that will waste.
Reviewed by Georg Mateos 1/28/2008
Dan, I hope he don't send you a couple of funny people to teach you a few funny tricks from his personal box of funnies.
The article, while perfectly compose will be impossible to read to those poor illiterate Washington's souls, so, why bother? soon he will be back in Texas and God bless the bighorn shoving a long and stremely pointed horn up his ass.
PS. Tiger should be thanking me instead, I am the one moving around those lovely holes on the green...

Reviewed by Karen Lynn Vidra, The Texas Tornado 1/27/2008
He should have been helping our people HERE and working on getting our boys and girls back home where they belong. No, he's more interested in "finishing the job his daddy didn't do", or helping the illegals instead of helping our own. I am getting very disappointed with Bush! He's also done a disservice to our veterans!

(((HUGS))) and much love, your friend in Tx., Karen Lynn. :(

Excellent write!

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