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Friday, June 24, 2005

Bush hates Americans

Mahablog has a great post on Karl Rove. But one should always remember Bush stands behind Rove's statements because Rove does the dirty work Bush is too cowardly to do himself. But make no mistake, Rove+Bush=Hate America. From Mahablog:
Words cannot express the contempt I feel for Karl Rove and for the chorus of brainless little yappers applauding his recent remarks on liberal reactions to 9/11.

I'd like to ask Karl and his puppies to stand anywhere in the vincinity of Ground Zero and repeat Karl's fatuous, lying remarks to a crowd of New Yorkers.

Whole lotta liberals in New York. Whole lotta those liberal New Yorkers lost someone in the towers. Whole lotta liberal New Yorkers who lost someone in the towers might want to break Karl's jaw today. Karl would be well advised to keep his sorry ass out of New York from now on.

Junior got less than a quarter of the New York City vote last November, as I recall. Yeah, the people most closely affected by 9/11, who are most intimate with it, are less than impressed with Junior and his war on terra.

It was the Bush that remained on vacation when the warnings were issued of the pending terrorist attacks on Sept. 11th. It was Bush that said only six months after the attacks he "didn't care" where Osama bin Laden was, and it was Bush that diverted the troops from Afghanistan to Iraq. It was Bush that sent the soldiers in without the proper body armor and equipment. It was Bush that did not send in enough troops into Iraq as recommended by the top ranking Pentagon generals. It was Bush that sent troops in to war based on lies. It was Bush that sent troops in with out an exit plan. It was Bush that told Iraqi fighters to "Bring it on." It was Bush that has no plan on how to improve Iraq now. It was Bush who Republican Senator Chuck Hagel called "delusional" when it came to Iraq policy. And it was Bush who spit on those who united behind him after the Sept. 11th attacks to push an agenda that benefits the most wealthy 1 percent at the expense of everyone else.
Bush, Cheney and Karl Rove should resign in disgrace for their mismanagement of this country.

3 Comments:

At Saturday, June 25, 2005 3:05:00 PM, Blogger John C. said...

Your post on Karl Rove rekindles his objectionable behavior with zest and obvious anger driven response that somehow has been virtually ignored by the press....he seems to be getting away with it...can you handle that concept?

 
At Saturday, June 25, 2005 8:54:00 PM, Blogger Carnacki said...

The press has shown itself to be irrelevant.

From the great James Wolcott:
"What amazes me is that more Americans now blame Bush for provoking the war with Iraq than blame Saddam Hussein. That's not an argument I've heard anyone make on cable talk or on the op-ed pages. Somehow Americans drew that conclusion all on their own! The tide of popular opinion turning against the war is washing away walls we didn't even know were there. "
Americans will get it even if the press doesn't explain it.

 
At Tuesday, June 28, 2005 6:45:00 PM, Blogger John C. said...

Finally Americans are waking up to the fact that we were misled...er...lied to, that money was misspent...er...wasted, and that the war was a huge mistake...er...criminal enterprise...it took awhile but it's finally happening.

 

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