Voice of the White House July 1, 2005
TBR News.org – July 1, 2005
“The is growing and increasingly frantic concern here in the Monkey Palace about the loss of popular support for both Bush and his programs. Note that when Bush gave his “important” pep rally to the soldiers, none of them applauded. They sat on their hands. The Bush people were livid and now they have concocted the story that the soldiers were “ordered not to applaud” so as not to disturb the “vital message the President” was delivering. Bush is detested in professional military circles. He is seen as wrecking the Army for his weird political agenda and for such stupid acts as replacing the Humvee with thin-skinned mini-vans, huge numbers of which were ordered at the request of a failing GM. A BB gun would make a hole in these completely unarmored vehicles and the command structure is boiling at what is obviously a money-making ploy on the part of what is increasingly seen as a corrupt White House. No, they sat on their hands this time and probably Bush is never going to address a canned audience again.
Bush’s speech is typical of the man. He is not going to get out of Iraq. Bush never backs down and will not budge an inch, no matter how much logic, and public opinion, is against him. The rebels are getting stronger, in spite of the official babblings that they are “on their last legs,” and the death tolls, even the doctored ones, are continuing to rise. One of these find summer days, the lid will blow off of this sorry mess and we here will all be unemployed. On another note, the Gannon businesshave mercifully, for Bush, vanished but the Buklldog, stupid as a post, has put it around that he wants to come back and be a member of the White House Press Corps! Never happen. The Neocons are hissing into the President’s ears that we must have a draft if Dreams of Imperial Glory are to be realized but if an increasingly alienated Congress gets wind of this, they will nail Bush up in a box and toss it into the Potomac.”
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