An Alphabet for Irregular Times
The presidential campaigns have begun, and yet, mainstream journalists are struggling to find any relevant issues against which to judge the upcoming candidates. What else is there, they ask, besides terrorism and the war against evildoers, to consider as we approach 2004?
Do we have to spell it out for you? Well okay, then, here goes: An A to Z list of the issues that define the Ribald Reign of King George the Second, and the campaigns of his potential successors.A is for Ashcroft
What a shame there are only 26 letters! It's surprising, but we couldn't fit all of the issues that have troubled us since George W. Bush has come to occupy the White House. The good news is that, given Bush's creativity with the English language, he might come up with a few extra letters for us to use. There's that funny sound he makes whenever he talks about "nuculer" weapons, for example...
Irregular Times require talking back.
Give us your Irregular Retorts!
We are also eagerly awaiting original submissions of quality irregularity.