TBR News.org – November 28, 2005
“Amidst all the gloom, terror and depression in the souls of the White House staffers, there is one ray of light shining down.
It has been spoken of here very heatedly, and for some time, that Bush, in a state of growing depression over his loss of face and falling poll numbers, has lashed out at Dick Cheney, his mentor and control.
This is a typical action of a weak man who relies entirely on other, much stronger, personalities, for advise and direction.
Bush cannot make up his own mind on anything, never reads and entertains no original ideas whatsoever.
He does what he is told by others, with their own agenda. Bush has allowed Cheney to institute completely illegal torture, instigate a useless, deadly war, encourage terrible corruption inside the highest level of government and run him like a radio-controlled racing car.
As long as the poll numbers were up and Bush could attend meetings that were rigged to show adoration and approval, he was pleased.
Now that the clouds have gathered overhead and his tinsel parade is being rained upon, like the moral piece of spaghetti he is, Bush is blaming everyone but himself.
Two weeks ago, three different people told me in confidence, there was a monumental screaming match in the White House, in private as Bush mistakenly believed, in which our Beloved Leader, the Annointed of God, tore into Cheney for “misleading” him and “ruining his presidency.” How funny!
Cheney, by their accounts, called him a useless little wino and threatened to punch him in the face! Given their personalities, (or, in Bush’s case, a lack thereof) this is not as far fetched nor improbable as it sounds.
Now, they ignore each other and Congoleeza has moved up as the disgustingly sycophantic and brittle Friend and Supporter of Our Beloved Leader. Harriet still applies suction to the raddled fundament but Rice is so outrageous that one co-worker said she is giving butt-sucking a really bad name!
Well, when thieves fall out, honest men prosper.”
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