JUNE 1, 2007
1/20/09: End of an Error
That's OK ...I
Wasn't Using My Civil Liberties Anyway
Let's Fix Democracy in This Country First
If You Want a Nation
Ruled By Religion, Move to Iran
Bush. Like a Rock. Only Dumber.
If You Can Read
This, You're Not Our President
Hey, Bush Supporters: Embarrassed Yet?
Creating the Terrorists Our Kids Will Have to Fight
Impeachment: It's Not Just for Blow jobs
Nation, Under Surveillance
They Call Him "W" So He Can Spell It
Whose God Do You
Jail to the Chief
No, Seriously, Why Did We Invade Iraq?
Bush: God's Way of
Proving Intelligent Design is Full of Crap
We Need a President Who's Fluent In At
Least One Language
We're Making Enemies
Faster Than We Can Kill Them
Is It Vietnam Yet?
Where Are We Going?
And Why Are We in This Hand-basket?
You Elected Him. You Deserve Him.
Impeach Cheney First
When Bush Took Office, Gas Was $1.46
Pray For Impeachment
The Republican Party: Our Bridge to the
What Part of "Bush
Lied" Don't You Understand?
One Nation Under Clod
2005: Horrified, 2006: Terrified
Bush Never Exhaled
At Least Nixon
Rules for good Riting
agrees with their antecedent.
Just between you
and I, case is important.
has to agree with their subject.
out for irregular verbs which has
cropped up into our language.
use no double negatives.
A writer mustn't
shift your point of view.
don't use participles.
Join clauses good
like a conjunction should.
And don't use
conjunctions to start sentences.
use a run-on sentence you got to
letters themes reports articles and
stuff like that we use commas to keep
Don't use commas,
which aren't necessary.
Its important to
use apostrophe's right.
Check to see if
you any words out.
In my opinion I
think that the author when he is writing
should not get into the habit of making
use of too many unnecessary words which
he does not really need.
Then, of course,
there's that old one: Never use a
preposition to end a sentence with.
but not least, avoid clichés like the
DID SOMEBODY SAY
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