ALL THE WORLD’S PROBLEMS…. America is about to invade Iraq, North Korea is building nuclear bombs, the UN and NATO are getting ready to implode, AIDS is rampant, we’re merrily running a $400 billion deficit, unemployment continues to creep upward, and through it all we’re being led by a man who seems unable to string two coherent sentences together. It’s enough to just make you scream and scream and scream and…..

But then I turn around and look out the window. He sure doesn’t seem to care, does he? It’s 70 degrees out, there’s plenty of food in the cat dish, no dogs around, and no trips to the vet planned. So what’s to worry about?

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