Our last day in hell

I’m sure if there is a hell, its inhabitants don’t believe that there will be a last day and even if they think there might be, the worst thing would be is to hope or believe in it.

It’s been a long 8 years, from the Supreme Court deciding who the 43rd President of the United States would be. We’ve experienced the horror of 9/11; the subsequent and emotional rush to war in Iraq; the “Mission Accomplished” and the next six years of trying to accomplish that mission; the re-election of George Bush so that he would become the worst two-term President in history; the negligence of the government’s post-Katrina response; the implosion of the economy to its worst state in 70 years.

Yes it’s been a long eight years and now we get to count down to the end of Bush not in days, but hours. Right now he’s having his last dinner on the tax payer’s dime. It’s amazing how excited I am for him to leave, go to Texas where he should stay for the rest of his days, and not screw things up any further.

We’ve survived and after 8 years of nowhere – we can finally say “Tomorrow is the first day of the rest of our lives”.

Mission accomplished.

  • Sean

    Hahaha! I have to admit, Spencer, you had me fooled…for
    when I saw the title “Our last day in hell”, my immediate
    thought was that you were posting about the Philadelphia
    Eagles loss to the Cardinals Sunday.

    But instead, it turns out you were referencing another
    disaster…W’s last 8 years in office.

    I don’t know what is the more improbable…a black man being
    elected President or the Arizona Cardinals, the friggin’
    CARDINALS for Pete’s sake, going to the Super Bowl!