Various Twisted Questions

Presidential
You wake up in your bed one morning. Eager to begin your day, you stretch, drinking in sunshine as it pours through your bedroom window. Suddenly you realize that it's not your bedroom window, your bedroom, your house and those aren't even your pinstriped pajamas! Dashing out of the bed in surprise, you make your way through a maze of doors and hallways. When you do encounter people, they refer to you as Mr. President (or Mrs., Ms. Miss). That's right, my friend. You've woken in the White House and you are president for a day. If you found yourself in a 24 hour role of President of the United States, what would you do?
RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
OH YES!!!!!!! THAT IS WHAT SHOULD HAPPEN!!!!!!!!!!!!! BRILLIANT!!!!!!!!!! but they are yellow bellies
(February 11, 2003 ~ 9:50 AM)
By mary j

There is hope
I believe that there is hope for the environment. We'll never be able to get back those animals that we've lost, and we can't make everything perfect again, but we can improve our current situation. The thing nobody really seems to understand, is that the earth will take care of itself. That's what global warming is all about. It just won't end up great for us humans if we don't try to slow the damage down.
(January 31, 2003 ~ 1:25 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: The most prominent environmental issue...
it may not be. but not trying to remedy the situation is a bad idea.
(January 31, 2003 ~ 9:57 AM)
By mary j

RE: The most prominent environmental issue...
as i said, they ALL are very important. my brother saw a coyotie in his driveway. they should not be around but they don't have enough wild habitat to live in.
(January 31, 2003 ~ 9:55 AM)
By mary j

RE: just want to see this question active again
i am no expert. there are too many. some are:destruction of the rain forests, the extinction of animal species--related to the destruction of natural habitats for animals, toxic polution of the earth, air polution. that's just some of them, global warming and they ALL seem important to me. i would not know where to begin. i betcha the green party has a plan.
(January 31, 2003 ~ 9:53 AM)
By mary j

RE: The most prominent environmental issue...
I don't want to sound pessimistic, but is there any hope for our environment? The rainforests are almost gone, many species of animals have become or are becoming extinct, a huge hole in the ozone layer has left us vulnerable to skin cancer, our air is badly polluted, acid rain is a major problem and we are now seeing the effects of global warming that scientists have been warning us about for the past 20 years - bizarre, unpredictable weather patterns and increased flooding. Have we gone too far? Is the damage totally irreversible? You are probably the best-informed person to answer this question, TreeHugger.
(January 31, 2003 ~ 8:08 AM)
By Shane McCarthy

The most prominent environmental issue...
all of them :) especially clean air and clean water though.
(January 30, 2003 ~ 3:41 PM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: just want to see this question active again
You've got my support on the environmental issues. Okay, boss - where do we start? What's the most prominent environmental issue?
(January 30, 2003 ~ 10:58 AM)
By Wendi Cali

RE: just want to see this question active again
good idea....
(January 24, 2003 ~ 11:06 AM)
By Leanne Enck

RE: just want to see this question active again
pass a law that day that you will be in control of anything that affects the environment from now on. you could sort of be the cabinet member that bush could not get rid of yet he would hate what you do because he gives a crap about the earth.
(January 24, 2003 ~ 9:15 AM)
By mary j

RE: just want to see this question active again
I like this question. If I were president for the day, I would find the interns.... Just kidding. One day is not enough for me to do anything I would do. I'd want to pass some environmental protection stuff.
(January 23, 2003 ~ 2:40 PM)
By Leanne Enck

just want to see this question active again
i loved this one. so i am commenting just to put the question out there again. i think almost anyone could do a better job than bushwacker, but there are worse ones (trent lottacrapola, bob on-the-dole, and al sharpton are just three people i can think of that COULD be worse than bush. if he had brains he would be dangerous...unfortunately, his creepy dad and his cabinet have brains. THEY are the ones we need to worry about most! :((((
(January 23, 2003 ~ 9:44 AM)
By mary j

RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
i happen to come across this comment. if i was president would i stop the war? yes--unless i could have a draft of right wingers only. the first to go would be dublya, read my lips, pat the rat robertson, ass-hcrapt, rumpsfeelt, nancy johnson (a connecticut state congresswoman)--about time woman served in combat and i can't think of a better candidate, lowell weiker (former connecticut governer) not a right winger but still worthless,rush limpballs, chris mathews, bob grant (a local right wing radio host), dickh---d cheney, and a host of other worthless people. only the expendible ones should go.
(October 29, 2002 ~ 7:05 PM)
By mary j

RE: nuke the f00kers!
it probably isn't much different when laura is with dublya. :(((((
(October 09, 2002 ~ 5:29 PM)
By mary j

nuke the f00kers!
After getting a BJ from all the interns I would go and nuke all the fuckers that piss me off, for example: England, France, Germany, Canada, Mexica, Australia, Afganistan, All the other poor ass middle east countries, and new zealand. If Russia gets on its knees and begs liek the bitchs they are I might only nuke half their country! USA 4 LIFE! ~ Also I would fuck Mrs. Bush till she screams!
(September 26, 2002 ~ 7:13 PM)
By Garrett Hammilton

RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
and let all the right wingers volunteer for duty.
(September 11, 2002 ~ 2:06 PM)
By mary j

RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
YES. if they want war. let dublya and company go and do the dirty work themselves instead of forcing innocent young people who haven't even begun living yet. dublya would run so fast. he is a coward.
(September 11, 2002 ~ 2:05 PM)
By mary j

RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
that should be easy. bush is so so dippy.

i really like this question. i wish really that a lot of this stuff could happen.

hey wouldn't it be great if it became illegal to be a rite winger?? after all the right wingers are getting into bedrooms where they don't belong. too many of them are HIPPO-CRITTERS.

it isn't illegal to sell a thing that has no redeeming value. that is of course cigs. so what should we expect? did you know that 75 percent of tobacco donations were to the Greedy Old Poops (GOP) LOL

how about gephard and leiberman next time around? whatcha think??? i think that would be a great ticket. the democrats should win hands down. bush is beginning to wear thin with people *finally*.

maybe like father like son. he won't get a second term either. I HOPE.
(August 03, 2002 ~ 12:44 PM)
By mary j

RE: Lookin fer the goodies on Bushman
What if we could pull off a STING operation like Redford and Newman did? ;D
(August 02, 2002 ~ 2:14 AM)
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