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Thursday, January 12, 2006

Sean Penn, Smoking, and Mint Chocolate Chip Ice Cream

Sean Penn, appearing Saturday in Sacramento with Cindy Sheehan at a Bush-bashing rally, said that President Bush was making it difficult for him to quit smoking. “It makes it very difficult to quit smoking under this administration,” Penn said.

Now, I suppose that, maybe, Penn was just trying to be funny. Yet, I think this statement really epitomizes one important aspect of liberal thinking: never taking personal responsibility.

This could work out well for Penn. If he gets cancer from smoking, he can sue the President for causing the stress that caused him to continue to smoke.

I like this idea so much that I'm thinking of trying it myself. I don't smoke, but I am overweight, which we all know is not healthy. The problem I'm having is that people like Sean Penn and their idiotic statements are causing me stress, and the stress is making it really difficult for me to stop eating mint chocolate chip ice cream.

So if I develop heart disease from overeating, I’m thinking that maybe I can sue Sean Penn for causing the stress that caused me to continue to eat mint chocolate chip ice cream. No use in taking personal responsibility.

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