An Illustrated Guide to Mendacity and Folly in the Imperium Americanum

O Say Can You See, Da Da Da Early Light…

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(AFP) First lady disagrees with husband Bush on US anthem in Spanish

(AFP) Bush’s command of Spanish too shaky for ‘Nuestro Himno’

(AFP) Bush urges immigrants to learn English

(AP) Bush Celebrates Cinco De Mayo, a Day Early

(MENC) STUDY SHOWS AMERICANS DON[base ‘]T KNOW THE NATIONAL ANTHEM “Nearly two out of three Americans (61 percent) don[base ‘]t know all of the words to our National Anthem, the Star-Spangled Banner, according to a recent Harris Interactive├é┬« survey.” Hell, who cares what language it’s in, as long as someone sings it. Let’s give Bush a deal, when he learns to read the calendar so he can figure out when Cinco de Maio (and Chanukah) really are, maybe people will start to pay attention to what he says they should do? Naaaaaaahhhh, he doesn’t even listen to himself, why should anyone else?

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Hey, Jose, How’d You Like The Ball Game?

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(Yahoo) Immigration Full Coverage Page

(WashPost) President Wants Anthem Sung in English

(WashPost/Reuters) Rice not upset by US national anthem in Spanish

Ahh, yes, our proud Spanish-speaking El Presidente thinks the national anthem should be sung in English only, but someone forgot to mention that to Dr. Rice. I guess Bush doesn’t need the Hispanic vote anymore, so screw ’em. Of course, I myself would like people to hear the ENTIRE national anthem sometime–there ARE three more stanzas to it, and the first one, the one everyone sings, is a question that remains unanswered if you end it at the normal spot with PLAY BALL. The third stanza, about the fight against tyranny, is probably the most important.

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