In the history of mankind, many republics have risen, have flourished for a less or greater time, and then have fallen because their citizens lost the power of governing themselves and thereby of governing their state. TR


Quote of the Day || March 19, 2012

“Thank God no one found out about the cat in the glove compartment.”

– Mitt Romney

A note from our attorneys: This is not a real quote

12 thoughts on “Quote of the Day || March 19, 2012”

  1. Poor MrRomney, taking the heat for doing something that most dog owners have done one time or another; put the dog somewhere that seemed like a good idea at the time.
    I confess; once we put the dog, RIP, in the back of our pickup truck and tied him to one of the u-rings so that he would be “safe”. Dang dog tried to jump out of the pickup, people were yelling at us, honking their horns.
    Dog was hanging by his neck out of the back of the pickup.
    That’s one of the main reasons why I never ran for public office.

    1. sr – I’m right up there with you. Over the past 30+ years I have had nine dogs and three ex-wives. Although the dogs were a lot easier to get along with than any of the exes, they (the dogs) did do some pretty goofy things. Okay, the exes did too.

      I had one that decided while in a canoe with me, to jump out and swim to shore cause she didn’t like riding in the canoe. Only problem was that when she jumped out she flipped the canoe, and sent me and all my fishing gear into the water. Lost a good pole, and a bunch of tackle that day. Still and all, she was a lot more loyal than the wife at the time.

  2. It’s no Seamus on the station wagon roof or an imaginary kitty tucked elsewhere in the Romney family roadster…it’s the tapeworm of RomneyCare that the “frontrunner” cannot shake and WILL NOT DISAVOW that causes his troubles with “sealing” the deal.

  3. Hahahahaha :D
    If you’ve ever driven with a cat in the car, you’d consider it. Years ago, a friend moved out to California–the cat perched on her head and neck most of the way. When she arrived at her new apt, she was told they had a no-pet-policy.

Comments are closed.