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Just when I think he can't possibly do more to fuck up, Bush bends us over and gives it to us. Hard.

He's not an idiot. He is a manipulative elitist man-child bully in the schoolyard, pushing everyone around to see how much he can get away with. And goddammit, he is getting away with all of it. It isn't enough for him to send our troops into a meaningless war. It isn't enough that he is personally responsible for 4,000 American deaths; 100,000 dead Iraqi men, women and children; and 30,000 wounded and permanently maimed American soldiers. It isn't enough that he makes the people of our country weep and despair, hoping for a better time. It isn't enough that he cares for nothing but himself.

Now he is killing the very things that make our planet so awe-inspiring. The very things that he claims to believe God created. He is killing everything, and no one is doing anything about it.


By way of Chez, here is his latest disregard for anything not, well, him.

For the last time: Someone give him a blowjob so we can fucking IMPEACH. IMPEACH IMPEACH IMPEACH.


  1. Do you ever get the feeling that the next president would have to spend the first 3 years of their administration undoing half the things Bush did?

  2. Or, you know, apologising but like that's ever going to happen.

    Seriously though boo, it's a great idea but is anyone really going to take that bullet?


  3. Oh, Alex--I thought the same thing? Where is Joan of Arc when you really need her?

  4. Yes yes.... because it's the President alone that sent people into war, not all of the members of the house that actually voted on it. And since when does cutting the budgets down and making another department absorb the work of another equal "I hate cute polar bears"???? Holy cow. Watch Michael Moore much? lol.

  5. Let's face it: at this point, everyone falls on either the "Bush is an evil genius" side, or the "Bush couldn't rub two brain cells together to light an oil rag" side. Fact of the matter, the man is clearly not fit to govern a nation. His interest is based primarily on those in power, he has almost zero knowledge on foreign policy, and he is completely incapable of admitting error. And Cheney? Please. I don't care what 25% of americans say, Bush is a monumental mistake.

  6. Boo, I am glad to see the assertiveness training seems to have taken hold. Well Done!

    Jeremy is very, very correct on the power grab, however, no one can show me an alternative that is not.

    "Straight ticketers" who cannot vet a candidate forthemselves should not be allowed to vote.


Spit it, betch!