Voice of the White House June 25, 2005
TBR News.org – June 25, 2005
“Never mind the bad economy, the guarantee of very high gas prices soon or the Chinese takeover of American oil businesses and IBM, the real bugbear for the Monkey Palace people is the growing public perception of an utter disaster in Iraq. The fact that the devastating death tolls are starting to come out and the statement by Rumsfeld that the US has to stay in Iraq for at least <>ten years<> more, is causing genuine public fury that is bewildering FatAss Karl and his team of trained weasels. They can conduct clever campaigns, manipulative a la ‘Wag the Dog’ but they cannot plan domestic policy. They can destroy enemies, lie like rugs and keep in a constant state of contemptuous warfare against what they see are the stupid public but they cannot govern. They are antagonizing many moderate Republicans in Congress, unifying the shaken Democrats, disillusioning many Republicans loyalists who voted for Bush and treating Congress with the same cold, dismissive contempt they show for the rest of the public. These are ideologues who listen to their own drummer and, I can assure all of my readers, are doing terrible damage to the United States and its reputation throughout the world.
The Chinese muscle-flexing has terrified members of Congress but Bush and his people can care less. They are obsessed with power and how to keep it and expand it. None of them have any business running the United States. Bush is a dunce but Rove is very, very clever and Rove runs Bush like a dysfunctional hand puppet. They have antagonized almost all of the U.S. senior military leadership (except for the loonie General ‘Jesus H. Christ’ Boykin…who by all rights belongs in St. Elizabeth’s Local Nut Emporium doing interesting things with crayons) who do not want a draft and who realize, almost to a man, that the war in Iraq will destroy their military establishment and essentially leave this country completely helpless if any kind of a serious military emergency should suddenly erupt, say at the Mexican border or in Venezuela. Bush himself is narrow-minded and fixated on false goals, incapable of dialog and personally is one of the most unpleasant and nasty men I have ever met. I have said it before: It isn’t God Bless America these days but God Save America.”
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