Voice of the White House September 16, 2006
TBR News.org – September 16, 2006
“We all knew it was going to happen sooner or later. I am referring to the so-called “revolt” in Congress wherein powerful Republicans repudiated, officially, Bush’s attempt to do away with America’s support of the Geneva Convention. The funny part of this is the President’s reaction. He was livid with rage, ranted at various Republican legislators, threatened them with retaliation and in general, used language more appropriate to a whore house dispute over the price of a lay. A friend was there and taped most of the screaming tirade. It genuinely shocked the legislators and after Bush had gone away, their comments were priceless to hear. One of the Senators, normally a gentleman, called Bush a ‘motherfucker’ and another Senator, a “loyal supporter,” said, “You shouldn’t say that. You know he’s been trying to quit!” Roars of laughter. No friends there!
Back in the White House, at least a dozen of my co-workers have been talking about Bush’s unhinged rantings. Some of the staff are going to quit over this and it is obvious that he has finally gone around the bend. I heard none of this but I did see him for a moment and his face was a mask of loonie rage, mottled, contorted and looking like a Japanese kabuki mask. Bush is a man filled with hate. This is something often found in closet gays who suffer from constant fear of exposure mixed with intense self-hated. Nixon was strongly suspected of having had an affair with Bebe Reboza but Bush is known for his hidden pranks. More on this later, plus a transcription of the confrontation.”
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