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  1. I was born and will live out my earthly days in this great and varied nation…but do you really want to be treated like “one of their own”. You might want to reconsider on April 15 (the date our Federal and State income tax is due).

    As to Dubyah: maybe you can ghost a book for him, now that his wife and daughter are published authors. Can you dumb it down enough to make it seem authentic?

  2. I’ll only be treated like an American when it suits me.

    Our tax year ends on the 31st October, so I will become American then, thereby avoiding taxes. On April the 15th, I will, of course be Irish again.

    Dubyah [new name – I like it!] writing a book? It would all have to be pictures. I swear the only reason he invaded Iraq, is because he couldn’t spell Afghanistan.

    I’ll ask my granddaughter, Puppychild to write it for him.

    On second thoughts, she’s too intelligent.

  3. Grandad,

    Did you know they had a bad flood in Texas and GWB’s personal library was flooded?

    Yep! BOTH books were destroyed.

    And to make matters worse, he wasn’t finished COLORING them!

  4. Grandad,

    I forgot to ask:
    “Are you sure you really have George W’s signature?

    You know, somebody could have forged his X.

  5. I’ll send a few rude letters to Moscow and use that signature. Then we’ll see how real it is…

    😉

  6. In case you didn’t know, I regret to inform you that Dubyah’s wife is a former librarian. She must have been sniffing that old time glue when she married him. He makes my teeth ache.

    I never once viewed an entire speech by Richard (Tricky Dick) Nixon because I turned the TV off after the first few sweaty insincere lying minutes. I’ve never once even turned on a Dubyah speech. The excepts in the newspaper are quite enough, thank you.

    Please don’t judge my/our country by the lowest common denominator.

  7. Please don’t judge my/our country by the lowest common denominator.

    I made that mistake early on in my blogging career, and have since been forcibly enlightened!

    Quite frankly, I now look upon America through a new light. I have made friends through this blog and have had long chats. I have learned a lot.

    Two fact remain though.
    I’m afraid I still wouldn’t want to live there, and I still think Dubyah is the worlds #1 terrorist.

  8. Welcome Dennis!

    Being an adopted American is not necessarily a good thing. But when you get to my age, you realise that every situation provides opportunities. I have no intention of moving, but now I can vote against George W..!

    😉

  9. Okie dokie,

    We need to get real clear on some stuff here. This Doe household did not adopt that old codger.

    At this Doe household the only pipe smokin’ Grandpa we have interest in would come from from Amsterdam.

    Plus you don’t look like much of a baby sitter and, frankly, I’m not a giver.

    So clearly it’s some other wacky Doe cousin off the family vine.

    Now, I’ll have to get back to reading the rest of this pee in yer pants funny blog and remind you that when W. Was running for office his website said this.

    “I never dreamed about being president. When I was growing up, I wanted to be Willie Mays.”

    I thought I was voting for a black guy in the players union.

    Sorry ’bout that.

  10. Grandpas come from Amsterdam. Grandads come from Ireland. And I’m a great babysitter. I had Puppychild smoking the pipe before she was eighteen months old. We get on great together.

    “I never dreamed about being president. When I was growing up, I wanted to be Willie Mays.â€?

    At least he got the Willie part right 😉

  11. Oops, sorry, meant to say:

    “At this Doe household the only pipe smokin’ Grandpa we have interest in would come from from Amsterdam with a big bag o’ weed.”

    So, yeah, I guess if you made a pit stop in A we’d toss you a burger and let ya babysit the kids.

    How’s that for a screening process?

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