Monday, January 19, 2009


Well, as my "Official George W. Bush 'Days Left in Office' Countdown Clock counts down the last few hours of the most current administration, I thought I'd take a few minutes to reflect on the wondrous accomplishments of the Bush administration over the last eight years.

(here's where our moderator inserts a disclaimer saying that my views are not necessarily shared by the other wonderful Acme author bloggers. See below for some discussion on this.)

Anyway, as the pendulum swings from conservative to something not so conservative, I thought it would be fair if I thought long and hard and in fairness, did my best to catalog some of the changes for the better that came after Y2K.

If you'll recall, when Y2K loomed upon us, we all waited for the turn of the century with bated breath, fearful that the change from one century to another would bring about cataclysmic results as everything crashed to a halt. Little did we realize that the catastrophe wouldn't begin until November.

But enough about that. Now it is time to celebrate those things that have changed for the better since Dubya. We will search through the economy, environment, education, foreign relations, health care, the poor, and find that nugget of gleaming redemption for our outgoing President.

Okay, here goes ...

(I'm so excited.)

Hee, hee.


Already then, see you next week!


(by the way, if you have some question about how a seemingly political-like post fits into this author blog, read my Adventures of Guy books. You'll see that politics, attorneys, greed, poverty and other social statements are interwoven all through my books. George W. Bush is a major character in my WIP third book in the series)


The Adventures of Guy
The Next Adventures of Guy
Fang Face (YA vampire fun, coming Aug 09)
Missing (coming Feb 09)
The Heat of the Moment


Morgan Mandel said...

You are a bad boy, Norm, but not as naughty as last time.

I'll not put up a separate post like before, but I am adding a disclaimer, so you won't be disappointed. Your views are not representative of all members of this blogspot.

Now, go and enjoy the inauguration on Tuesday!

Morgan Mandel

Norm Cowie said...

Gotta keep ya' on your twinkle toes!

June said...

Hee Hee Hee Heeeee!
Norm, you make me giggle!



Margot Justes said...

Norm, see above, you do make me laugh...that is a very good thing, keep it up.
Margot Justes
A Hotel in Paris