Tuesday, December 07, 2004


Caveat Emptor

Before statutory law the buyer of a product had no guarantee of the product's quality. Hence the latin term caveat emptor, which means let the buyer beware. I only wish that our nation had headed that advice on November 2. Now we are stuck with what we voted for. Let's take a look at what we're getting for our votes.




And all of this from just one day's news cycle. Thanks George. Thanks red America. I hope you're satisfied with what you got for your vote because we're stuck with him now.

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