The day has been full in a multitude of ways.
Karen gave me a roll of toilet paper. Actually I exclaimed and then she decided I was the one for whom it was meant. I can't wait to use it. Each sheet has a picture of Bush. One sheet says "We need an energy bill that encourages consumption." That was said on September, 23, 2002. At least he is honest about his policy, or lack thereof.
Another sheet says "They misunderestimated me." He said that on November 6, 2000. My computer is appalled, and the red line shoots out to underline misunderestimated. It is not a word, but what is that to Bush.
I open up the roll. The paper is very thin, which is what I would expect for what holds Bush words, a little thin and light on substance. Now, I see his famous words of July 3, 2003 on the Iraqi militant attacks. "Bring 'em on."
I don't know how those who've seen their children die for this man begin to hold themselves back. It must take unimaginable restraint, something Bush has not, and will not, show.