Wednesday, June 21, 2006

Our embarassing decider in Chief in Europe.


Lord Almighty, where to start??

What an embarassing asshole. It's a quote-filled day for the Pretzeldent:

"It should make people nervous when non-transparent regimes who have announced they have nuclear warheads, fire missiles," Bush said. "This is not the way you conduct business in the world."

Listen, Arbusto Harken boy, you wouldn't know good business if you were slapped with a fucking fist full of 100 dollar bills.

On Iraq:

"I fully understand we've had our differences on Iraq and I can understand the differences ... but what's past is past and what's ahead is a hopeful democracy in the Middle East," he said.

Democracy. Another thing that Bush wouldn't know even if he had the Constitution right on his desk..
I'll say there's been some differences around the world (and in the US) with the neo-cons and their policy in the middle east. That is, most of the world (and the US) are against this imperial invation and occupation of a country that was not a threat to us or the region.

Like Pat Buchanan said a year into the war:
"Saddam had been corralled in his box for a dozen years. America had flown 40,000 sorties over his country without losing a plane."

And then, the Blinkmaster himself on Gitmo:

"I understand their concerns," Bush said. "I'd like to end Guantanamo. I'd like it to be over with."
"There are some who need to be tried in U.S. courts," Bush said. "They're cold-blooded killers. They will murder somebody if they are let out on the street."

Georgie, here's a quiz for you: what do we do when we catch people that are suspected of committing a crime?
And in order to hold someone that has been suspected of a crime, what process do we take?
NOW he says that they need to be tried.

Look, this asshole might be right in that there are killers in this prison. If so, then let the fuckers have their day in court.

Why are we allowing this administration to do things that are diametrically opposed to EVERYTHING our country means?


8 comments:

Tom Harper said...

"I'd like it to be over with" -- LOL. I don't know if that's more funny or pathetic. Little Georgie is so detached from reality, he'd like to just turn his pillow over, go back to sleep and pretend it was all a bad dream.

Mike V. said...

you know, I have a feeling you are not to far off from what he thinks.

honestly, he's probably thinking back to those days when he was bought into the Ivy League by daddy, cheerleading, drinking, whoring around.
Man, those were the days.
Now they all think I'm the PRESIDENT!!??

Cheney, please help me!

Ricardo said...

The Gitmo thing really annoys me because we have a chance not only to round up these guys but show the world our justice system and it's value and how it works. But no, we lock them up indefinitely and act like the very people we're trying to stop. Has Castro rubbed off on them?

kevin said...

Nicely put. It's hard to imagine a world where sensible people allow this all to happen. It's a sad commentary on what it takes to create true awareness and bring people to action.

The only problem with impeaching Bush is that, from what I understand, that would make Cheney president... a VERY scary thought indeed.

dusty said...

The Shrub embarrass's us each and every time he opens his piehole. The man can't put two sentences together that make sense.

Landcomm1 said...

For the continued safety of earth, every male child or adult in the Bush clan should be castrated immediately...

SheaNC said...

Excellent post, I agree with it all. Proof of Bush's extremism is the bizarre reality of me and Pat Buchanan agreeing on something... Argh!

Mike V. said...

The neo-cons hate America and everything it stands for.