Saturday, September 11, 2004

Visualize this:

Reader Mark alerts us to a superb visual representation by Simon Woodside of Bush's National Guard service. We are very impressed.


Just the sort of delicious UggaBugga type graphic I can tape to some unamed, unthinking conservative lawyer's office door, who unfortunately has her office next to mine, to -- yet again -- show that GWB always takes the easy way out. Heh, heh. Thanks!!

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