General Betray Us, Tell it Like it Is

September 11, 2007 at 1:38 am | Posted in Bush, crooks & liars, government, political, political rants, president, war | 4 Comments

Oh wait, that won’t happen because the white house will re-write the report and like everything else that comes out of the big white spin factory on the hill, it will be a fairy tale. Just who is the real big bad wolf here anyway? It’s funny, when you talk to service men and women who have actually been in Iraq they tell quite a different story that the one that comes from the lying criminal in chief, who hasn’t been in the trenches…if only.

Speaking of fairy tales, I heard someone say recently of Bush that he reads a lot. If I believed it (I don’t) I’m picturing his extensive library of Little Golden Books with titles like Goldilocks and the Three Bears, Sleeping Beauty, Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs; all read with the help and supervision of someone with a normal adult IQ. I could be wrong, he might have picked up War and Peace, read the first two words of the title, got stuck on the third because: 1. it had more than three letters, 2. peace would be a foreign concept to the sociopathic, arrogant little warmonger.

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  1. It must be nice when anyone who doesn’t agree with you is either stupid or a liar.

    If you refuse to listen to opposing viewpoints, then how will you ever know if you are mistken?

  2. Curiosis…is that you Dubya?
    So far, my right to voice my opinion hasn’t been taken away. My opinion somehow leads you to the assumption that I refuse to listen to opposing viewpoints? That’s quite a leap, since you don’t know me or on what basis I form my opinions.

    It is hard not to notice Bush’s lack of functioning brain cells, and he’s been proven to be less than honest on more than one occasion.

    I’m going to suggest you consider getting corrective action for the cranial rectal inversion from which you seem to be suffering.

  3. OK, let me try this.

    Honjii,

    I think President Bush has matured during his time in office. He is much less inept any more, he now seems to be guided by advisors who are much more capable. At least to me.

    I know that President Reagan was called the ‘teflon’ president, because nothing (dirt, that is) would ‘stick’ to him. That and Pres. Reagan was a sweet looking crowd pleaser, a very good people guy with not a whole lot going on underneath.

    President Bush doesn’t seem to have as much going for him. Not much sticks in the way of criminal accusations, definite faux pas and failures, nor presidential mistakes. There are a lot of people that disagree with what he does, what he doesn’t do, and how inept he seems. But he hasn’t been impeached for personal misconduct and obstruction of justice.

    And spin control has been a perk of the White House for many administrations. Look how the Clinton White House took a 2,000 page document signed by 200 scientists with a written conclusion that “more study is needed” to determine *if* the globe is warming, and *if* it is, why. The Clintons wrote an ‘executive summary’ from that document, that states up front that global warming is a present catastrophe and due to American pollution, at least according to Al Gore and the Clintons. Spin control of one sort. I thought of that little slight of hand that lauched Gore’s post-white house career when I heard of the NASA report – that all the planets in the solar system are warming. Fossil emissions on Earth are *not* warming Jupiter.

    We may never build what bozos in D.C. claimed they wanted to build in Iraq – peace, a useful government, an end to terrorism, etc. But we absolutely have achieved our aims. No country on earth today wants the US to ‘help’ the way we did in Iraq. Besides, we have gained in experience for our soldiers and armies, we have been able to field improved weapons and tactics, and just look at how we are getting those extremists to use up their stock piles of explosives and cars.

    If you are looking to return Hillary to the White House, recall how she held onto those ‘missing’ FBI files until the statute of limitations ran out by 24 hours, and they did turn up with her fingerprints on them. Arrogance about abusing information, access, and the law, all in one swell foop. Sounds like the spin control in the White House won’t be ending real soon.

    Unless my favorite, Fred Thompson, gets elected.

    I wonder what Bush does read? Bobbsey Twins, William Steig (C D B, C D C, Shrek), Robyn McKinley, Shel Silverstein (The Great Smokeoff, Sahra Silvia Cynthia Stout Would Not Take The Garbage Out), Tamora Pierce, Susan R. Matthews’ Jurisdiction novels (there is a scary thought – trying to institute torture to serve the courts), or maybe Laurell K. Hamilton’s erotic horror. Ah, well. At least he isn’t hanging out in Men’s rooms ‘reading’ graffiti. I hope.

  4. A man controlled by Bush who cannot say it how it is without getting slammed against the wall. The surge didnt do much and people need to start putting pressure on all the parties to sort out a way out of this mess.

    http://boatangdemetriou.wordpress.com/


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