Friday, January 16, 2009

GAMEDAY: Vegas Leafs



This is yet another of those teams that the Thrashers should still be able to beat. Well coached, but lacking in real talent. Last time the Leafs blew into Atlanta, the Blueland Boys put up an absolutely pathetic effort. We'll see tonight how well John "I'm Just an Old Chunk of Coal(But I'm Gonna Be a Diamond Someday)" Anderson has whipped them into shape, and the effect of the officially-in-charge Czar.

On an unrelated note- and I know Morty will be, well, mortified- I'd like to extend thanks to President Bush for all he's done for us over the past 8 years. His goodbye speech last night was characteristically humble and on point. I sincerely hope that history treats him better than his contemporaries have.

9 comments:

The jointhead said...

My only wish is to see Bush and Cheney side by side hanging from a tree on the White house lawn for their crimes against this country and her people.

Razor Catch Prey said...

That doesn't surprise me in the least, Jointhead. I can't remember you ever saying anything I've ever agreed with.

the jointhead said...

Well some americans like being lied to while their country is run into the ground, but I'm sure it just the liberal media and the policies of Clinton catching up with us right?

aaron said...

Hockey truly is the great unifier. :)

FrenchCatalogues said...

Hey, it just doesn't make much sense that a man gets impeached for making use of an intern, and a man that goes to war without the consent of senate doesn't. Just saying.

swegs said...

czar for president!

Rawhide said...

Um...for the record...Clinton was impeached for lying under oath and attempting to get someone to lie for him under oath. (That's called perjury and subornation of perjury...both crimes that can and have placed people in jail).

And Bush gain official consent from the Senate to go to war on October 11, 2002. It was H.J. Resolution 114 by the 107th congress, 2nd session and was tited "A joint resolution to authorize the use of United States Armed Forces against Iraq"...it was approved by a vote of 77 to 23. Both Hilary Clinton and Joe Biden voted in favor of it as well as Senate Monority leader Tom Daschle, (D-SD) and John Kerry, (D-MA)...who would gain the Democratic nomination for POTUS in 2004.

Just sayin'....

Big Shooter said...

Rawhide 1 Frenchy 0

And now back to hockey...

FrenchCatalogues said...

I's lose and my bukkit.

Rawhide, I admit defeat and give credit when due. I made the mistake of confusing congress for the UN in that statement. Silly me, acting French.