Buckshot was a great bird dog, but his habit of
objects shortened his career.
Large rocks were his favorites and over the
years he gave himself four, mini-boulder, bowel
Every time Buckshot started vomiting, a
couple abdominal x-rays quickly confirmed our
Because boulder blockages rarely correct
themselves, Buckshot usually went directly from
x-ray to surgery.
At a thousand dollars per whack, he rapidly
became the most expensive retriever in our practice.
There were other labs from high dollar
bloodlines, products of months of expensive
training, but in terms of medical maintenance costs,
Buckshot was the champion.
Buckshot’s owner had tears in her eyes the
fourth time he went to surgery.
Marge lived for bird season and Buckshot was
her favorite, but this little game was exhausting
Because Buckshot was an OCD afflicted
Labrador retriever with a bad rock habit, after his
fourth surgery he was never allowed in field or
forest without a wire muzzle.
With his feather fetching duties behind him,
Buckshot only offered companionship sitting in the
duck blind; something he did admirably well.
Marge and Buckshot scanning a November sunrise for
ducks while I appear to change topics.
Don’t worry, we will be right back.
Ruling class Democrats, media and Hollywood
elites are as obsessed with destroying the Trump
administration as Buckshot was with swallowing
Russian collusion was the weakest infraction upon
which they could base impeachment proceedings, but
it has become their Last Stand Hill.
With retriever impulsiveness, fake news
activists have been reflexively advancing the chosen
Tuesday’s headlines revealing Donald Trump
Jr.’s e-mail conversation with a Russian attorney
appeared to be the collectivists’ biggest break, but
two days later, the story fizzled.
Natalie Veselnitskaya, the Russian attorney
in question, worked for Fusion GPS, a firm hired by
Democrat operatives during the 2016 campaign to
develop opposition research on Trump.
Clearly a con, this is the flavor of the week
in the Russian collusion illusion and this brings me
to my point.
Because a representative republic depends on
a well-informed populace, a free and independent
media serves a critical function.
Unfortunately, the medias’ innate bias has
rendered them no more useful than a muzzled Labrador
sitting in a duck blind.