Tuesday, November 09, 2004


Dear Madonna,

Thanks, Madonna, for finding time in between botox injections and Kaballah parties to present the United States, and President Bush with much needed advice on our foreign policy. You laid down the law on BBC radio saying "I just don't want American troops to be in Iraq, period." Statements like "My feelings are 'can we just all get out?'" really mean something to millions of Americans who also question our leaders with incoherent sentence phrasing. You once again were able to show off your infinite void of true wisdom when you told us that global terror is everywhere, around the block, and in California, and that dropping bombs on innocent people is an absurd way of dealing with it. Your sound advice surely will make the president pause, and think twice before dropping bombs on everywhere, around the block, and California. Perhaps our soldiers, as they are storming Fallujah, will also hesitate to drop bombs on innocent people, opting instead to bomb those who have already been convicted of suicide bombing by a fair military tribunal, or the U.N. security council. Rest assured that even though you no longer live here in America, the citizens of this great nation find your opinions extremely relevant... For me to poop on!

I couldn't have said it better myself. I heard her comments as I drove home from work today, and it never ceases to amaze me that people like Madonna, Barbra Streisand, Susan Sarandon, and many others seem to put themselves up as experts on world affairs, when they can hardly manage their own lives.

Perhaps Madonna should make London her permanent home, or better yet, send her to Paris. She would fit in well there. Let her support the French military (or do they have one) because she's doing nothing to support ours.
Great idea. The French's military is unilaterally acting in the Ivory Coast right now. Maybe Madonna would have more luck convincing them to pull out, since that's what their military trains for anyway.
Not Madonna... Esther.

Esther is the new Kaballa name for the artist formerly known as Madonna.

(of course, BS by any other name still smells and sticks to your shoes)
Yeah, I knew she changed her name, but I forgot what she changed it to, and the article didn't say. So I guess if you are hesitant to take advice from Madonna the pop-star, you can think of it instead as taking advice from Esther, the devout practicioner of Kabbalah.
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