Tuesday, September 26, 2006

How Much Is Too Much?

We know about 50 percent America has been stricken with a collective consciousness that is anything but conscious, but how much more can the NASCAR set take from the Bushitters before they join the rest of us?

When Bill Clinton recently lashed out against Fox News "journalist" Chris Wallace for asking him leading questions that seemed to try to pin the Bin Laden donkey tail on him, the Fox hyenas reported on his "meltdown" rather than on the simple truth he was telling.
So what if he was forceful in his delivery? I would have defended myself the same way against the smug Wallace.
As usual, the Fox crowd made a big stink about the way Clinton expressed himself, not about the veracity of what he said.
Like the allegedly forged Bush military records that ruined Dan Rather's career- the content of the documents were never disputed- the typewriter font was the "big issue."

A couple more high ranking retired military officers on Monday bluntly accused Donald Rumsfeld of bungling the war in Iraq, saying U.S. troops were sent to fight without the best equipment and that critical facts were hidden from the public.
Of course the Bush administration dismissed their statements as a Democratic ploy to get votes.
Bush ass-kisser in chief, Sen. John Cornyn (R-TX) dismissed the Democratic-sponsored event as "an election-year smoke screen aimed at obscuring the Democrats' dismal record on national security."
What dismal record on national security?
Didn't 9/11 happen on Bush's watch, and wasn't it perpetrated primarily by citizens of his beloved Saudi Arabia?

And more on a favorite topic of mine- Bush being a dry drunk.
Check this out:
Bush & Dry Drunk Syndrome
Thanks to Marla for hooking me up with the link.

2 comments:

dusty said...

I don't care if it was a democratic ploy..these men spoke their minds and every single one of them has spent time in the Iraqi hell we refer to as the "war".

Karen Zipdrive said...

I see Bush sent out his pitbull Condi to defend him against Clinton's allegations that he left them an anti-terrorism plan they never used.
Condi parsed and waffled like only a Bushian snake can do, but the fact is she's almost as despised the world over as Bush.
Between her, Cheney and Rummy, it's hard to pick the most loathesome member of Bush's goon squad.
I guess I'd pick her though, because she's been a sell-out on so many levels.