Thursday, July 10, 2008



Two of the world's most controversial and least legitimate leaders

When I first saw that as the subject line in an e-mail I thought it was an ironic snarky comment from one of my pals at Firedoglake. It wasn't; it was a direct quote from the imbecile we let masquerade as a legitimate president of the United States of America for the last seven years.
The American leader, who has been condemned throughout his presidency for failing to tackle climate change, ended a private meeting with the words: "Goodbye from the world's biggest polluter."

He then punched the air while grinning widely, as the rest of those present including Gordon Brown and Nicolas Sarkozy looked on in shock.

And not shocked about his piercing wit and legendary charm. Someone told the Telegraph that "Everyone was very surprised that he was making a joke about America's record on pollution." He didn't mention that people were wondering if he was back on drugs again. Bush's press book, handed out to everyone at the Summit included a perfectly true and apt-- if less than diplomatic-- description of close Bush ally and fellow neo-fascist Sivio Berlusconi, describing him as one of the "most controversial leaders in the history of a country known for government corruption and vice."

Not everyone thinks Bush is the worst infection America has ever suffered. Some extreme right-wing radicals in the U.S. applauded Bush's boorish behavior and-- worse-- the sick ideology behind it. How many inaccuracies can you find in this classic bit of right-wing dementia:
Not only has US President George W. Bush saved Iraq and the Middle East from total annihilation with his successful 2007 troop surge, not only has US President George W. Bush saved hundreds of thousands of Iraqis and Afghans from two of the most brutal regimes in history, not only has US President George W. Bush brought democracy and freedom to the Middle East and southern Asia, not only has US President George W. Bush protected the American homeland after the worst attack in US history, but now US President George W. Bush just saved the US economy from the global warming religionists.

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At 4:19 PM, Blogger Dr. Know said...

OK - now I'm pissed. I clicked your second link and saw evil flying monkeys for a second, then my computer exploded. WTF was that?
Dude, those types of links should be highlighted in red as a warning to those who have weak grips on reality.

At 7:47 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I'll have what Dr. Know is having please...

All I got was the same moronic "joke",
easy on the flying monkeys please.

At 7:16 AM, Blogger zombie rotten mcdonald said...

ummm, "Worst attack in US History"? Have the rightwing asshats forgotten PEARL HARBOR already?

Sheesh, the numbing hagiography of this fool is already veering into delusional.

At 9:30 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great photo - the mafioso and the black-hat.

At 1:29 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"ummm, 'Worst attack in US History'? Have the rightwing asshats forgotten PEARL HARBOR already?"

LOL! How is Pearl Harbvor worse than 9/11?

P.H.: Professional soldiers vs. professional soldiers.

9/11: Fanatical, suicidal killers vs. civilians.


P.H.: Destruction of military property and vessels.

9/11: A direct hit on the command center of American defense, and the complete destruction of two of the most revered and symbolic skyscrapers in American history.


P.H.: Japanese military planes used as weapons against America.

9/11: American passenger jets used as weapons against America.

And most importantly:

P.H.: Approx. 2300 dead.

9/11: Over 3000 dead.

Not to diminish the atrocity that was Pearl Harbor, but anyone who says that it was worse than 9/11 is simply making an argument of convenience. That, and/or he's another raving mad, left wing nut.

P.S. Bush's "world's biggest polluter" jab was classic. Go Bush! Way to light a fire under all these misanthropic, hyper-arrogant, dumb-ass environmentalists.


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