saint or sinner?

In the same vein as Jay Leno's perennial question "straight or gay" (lest it is "gay or straight" - who cares in this P.C. world anymore - eh? It is a funny segment on Leno's show) - let us thoroughly analyze now the qualities and the faults of many an illuminary... shall we? Ok? Good! ~ NOTA BENE: perhaps because of the subject matter, this blog is neither perfect with IE, nor with Firefox!

Friday, September 23, 2005

Dubya - saint... or sinner?!?




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Wednesday, September 21, 2005



Samuel Adams (1722-1803)
Second cousin to President John Adams, Samuel Adams was an important figure in the American Revolution. He helped organize the Committees of Correspondence and the Boston Tea Party, and was an early proponent of independence from Britain. He was also a signatory of the Declaration of Independence and continued to be active in Massachusetts politics in the early years of the republic.

So... he made some noise - and that was good!
But he also wasted all that tea in the harbor - it's a sin to do that to good English Tea! He spilled tea into the sea - and now his NAME encourages beer drinkers to guzzle straight from the bottle!

Time to make the call - based upon these facts: Samuel was a saint - or a sinner?
 


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