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The Axis of Evil -- Iraq, North Korea, and...

And now that France has joined Iraq, North Korea, and California as part of the Axis of Evil, one has to wonder when Reps. Jones and Ney (the ones who got Freedom Fries put on Washington DC menus) will start calling for the burning of French-language Bibles.
     --Kevin Dawson, Iraqi and Bullwinkle, Democratic Underground.

While I've soured on the site, and the article is only middling funny, I did get a kick out of California being part of the Axis of Evil. Trust me, being a Californian (and a native to boot!), it feels that way at times. Between energy crisis and being the part of the country North Korea might just be able to reach with a nuke, it's not so much fun in the Golden State these days. And since it seems Bush wants to ignore us as much as possible (granted, that's funny, given that this is where his hero, Ronald Reagan, was once governor, and that we're the state where the most infamous president of modern times, one Richard Nixon, was born, and it's in those two adminstrations where most of his current senior advisors cut their teeth), it seems just odd in general

So maybe this is it, we're secretly part of the Axis of Evil. It would figure. ;)

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