Friday, February 10, 2006


Rex Kramer Rests on His America-Loving Laurels

(Orlando) Much like our workaholic President, patriot extrordinaire Rex Kramer rarely takes a day off in his efforts to spread the sweet gospel of freedom-loving to the unwashed masses. However, even Superman needed to retreat to the Fortress of Solitude from time to time to recharge his batteries and maybe even give Lois Lane a little "Man of Steel" (if you know what we mean, and we think you do.) That said, Rex will refrain from posting today (other than this post to explain that he's not posting,) but will return here and at The Blue Republic tomorrow with more patriotism, fresh out of the oven!

During the hiatus, Rex will visit the "Enemies List" sites (mother always said, "Know thy enemy before you smite them,") drink some fine domestic beer, and maybe get to work on that novel he's been putting off, Rex, White and Blue: The True Story of America's Greatest Living Patriot Not Named 'Bush.'

See y'all tomorrow!

Rex asks that you not comment on this non-post post; doing so would only give aid and comfort to the enemy.


Blogger Drew said...

What? Don't you realize man that a true patriot and zealot of Bush can never sit idlely (sp) by on his/her laurels? Freedom is on the march! Keep goosestepping!

February 10, 2006 10:55 PM  
Blogger Rex Kramer, Danger Seeker said...

First of all, true Americans don't goose-step...we "eagle-step!" Secondly, like the President we here at SG spend every waking moment thinking about how to make America safer...however, every now and then we trust that America can watch out for herself. You know, maybe double-lock the doors and activate the burglar alarm. I mean, c'mon, is America THAT needy that she has to be protected at all times?

February 11, 2006 1:49 AM  
Blogger AJ said...

".. However, even Superman needed to retreat to the Fortress of Solitude from time to time.."

Yea right. I bet your kids are demanding their time with daddy too...or else they'll exit the GOP 5th grade circuit.

February 11, 2006 2:38 PM  

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