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October 22, 2004

getting goosed to the polls

Filed under: pre-06-2006 — David Giacalone @ 5:50 pm

goose   The Fool in the Forest is no silly goose, but he wonders just “What is up with Senator Kerry and geese?”

(see NYT)   For some reason, this has inspired haikuEsq and friends to engage in a little foolishness. 

 

Master Issa[for more geese haiku from Issa,translated by David G. Lanoue, click here;]

 


big bridge–
the hunter is followed
by a goose

 







the departing goose
drops an enormous
crap


 


scrawny goose–
no partner flies north
with you




And, dagosan:



“Entering Goose Creek”

the candidate

covers his behind

 

 







behind the bush –

bishops

goose-stepping

 

 

goose

bumps – –

UCL switches to Bush                

 

[Oct. 22, 2004]

 

 

 


honking at my window —

geese above

cabbie below

                        [Sept. 19, 2004]

 

 








down in front!

geese upstage the hawk’s

cameo

                                  [dag, 06-05-04]

 

More seriously, Anna Holley, from her White Crow Haiku (online at AHA! Poetry) . . . . fly south gray 


 

 

autumn here early
over a ridge of hills
geese-shaped clouds

 








geese gone
one white feather
settles on a reed




  • goose-egg pundit   








    • exit f  Exit Strategy revisited:  Condelie R.:  “But, sir, if we get the sovereign Iraqi government to demand, just before our Election, that we pull out all troops before their Election, we wouldn’t really have to  . . . . . . . “



    • Is the fine redistricting system in Texas part of the democratic model Pres. Bush hopes to export? 

       




    • loosey-goosey Judicial Politics:  See Overlawyered re Illinois;  and see the results of Judge Bauer’s dismissal just last week from the bench in Troy, NY. 

       



      1. Republicans had No Candidate, because Bauer decided (selfishly) to run again for election


      2. Troy Republicans quickly nominated Assistant District Attorney Robert Ahearn (Oct. 15)


      3. Republican-dominated City Council chooses Ahearn to fill the vacant judgeship


      4. Republican Mayor quickly swears in Ahearn as City Judge (Oct. 21, 2004)


      5. Robert Ahearn gets to run as Judge Ahearn, incumbent


      6. Only 7 days after starting his judicial election campaign and stating “We’re going to try to visit every house in Troy in the next 18 days, ” Ahearn says “I intend to get to work immediately” as city court judge.  I guess cleaning out his D.A. office will have to wait, for the busy new judge.  [According to the 2000 census, there are 49,000 people and 19,996 households in Troy]



















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