Saturday, July 22, 2006

Triumph of the Will, Bush-style

Always good to read how that blithering idiot George W. Bush is protecting my rights under the U.S. Constitution


Blogger Within Without said...

He's a gem, isn't he?

Arrest common folk to get 'em away from photo ops where they'd razz him, hit those little people with trumped up charges, then leave for the next stop and have the charges dropped.

How did you guys ever vote him in...AGAIN?

He must be secretly grinning that the Israeli-Lebanon thing has come along (or been created) to take all the spotlight off Iraq, Afghanistan, Al Quaida, Gitmo, his veto on stem cell research and whatever other deep shit he's gotten you guys into with his transparent "war on terror."

Constitutional rights is right.

1:17 AM  
Blogger Metro said...

It is becoming an item of faith here that the only reason no-one has assassinated the unpleasant little oik is that he would immediately be replaced by someone worse. Can you credit it?

The Reagan years were a kidney stone of a decade. The Bush II years are more like a deep nasty fungal infection picked up in a Thai brothel with a person who looked worryingly like A.C.

Sigh--never mind, with time and care this too shall pass. And the United States shall stand once again for the things we all thought it would always stand for.

Though a little penicillin couldn't hurt. And fumigating the White House--before *** leaves, please?

2:07 AM  
Blogger Homo Escapeons said...

Every week within,without and I get together to douse the fire in our livers and laugh at the latest Dubya antics and gaffes. We kill ourselves laughing at JibJab shorts featuring Dubya and feel a general sense of well being thanks to the Canadian Rove Invisibility Act that was passed years ago. Seems to be working.
btw Your Theocracy is coming along quite nicely.

I concur with my friend's observation regarding the'Fool me once...fool me twice'thingamabob.
How Dubya ever beat that Gore feller who invented the internet and all is beyond me.

Now I understand that 44% of Americans believe that Jesus is coming back in their lifetime. I have no problem with that.
Let us pray that its just a quick stop to rapture Dubya and get your country back on track. Amen.

3:11 AM  
Blogger jromer said...

i don't know what to do.
when he was re-elected, i cried for three days. no matter where i was. no matter who was around. i cried at the restaurant where i worked at the time. i cried while taking orders. my tables cried along with me. it was and still is a dark dark time.

4:50 AM  
Anonymous raincoaster said...

I still don't understand why picket signs would bother him. It's not like he can read.

7:57 AM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

Actually, they bother his familiars because they know that anyone can grab two sticks in an instant to form a crucifix.

11:28 AM  
Blogger Carmenzta said...

I'm still crying. There's no explaining ignorance.

3:56 PM  
Anonymous Richard said...

I'm trying to think what America did to the country of a president in recent memory who used to bus in crowds of his supporters and clear away (probably rather more permanently) any signs of dissent. Anyone help me here?

7:22 PM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

Hmmmmm, could it be . . . . . . . . . . . . . .IRAQ?!!!!!

9:21 PM  
Blogger Within Without said...

And so, as illustrated by FE's post we're commenting now, how are Dubya's actions different from Saddam's, in that sense?

Except that Bush has a little thing called the Constitution that prevents him from executing dissenters? All he can do is have them "removed" by his thugs...

Le's see...Georgie went into Iraq because:

1. They had WMDs. WRONG!!!
2. To eliminate a terrorist threat to the American people and the world. Hmmm, that's continuing.
3. To establish democracy in a free and liberated Iraq. Yep, that's working, they're willing.
4. For oil? Hmmmm...

Who really knows? Yep, we don't have a crazed lunatic like Saddam to deal with any more.

But is there less or more death in Iraq now, including those thousands of American and allied soldiers?

Is there less chaos or more in Iraq now?

Is the Allied presence in Iraq stirring more hatred of America in the Muslim world now or less?

Is Iran or the Al Quaida or Bin Laden more of a threat now or less?

Is America more respected now, or less? Is the world a safer place now, or a more dangerous one?

9:34 PM  
Blogger Laura Elizabeth said...

Six years and counting with the Moron in Charge and yet, he seems to be impeachment proof.

The Teflon President.

One guy gets a blowjob in Oval Office (which pissed me off... it's not like they couldn't have gone someplace else) and gets impeached. Bush and Company illegally invade a sovereign nation (yeah, okay, evil but legal), lying to do so, and it's ok. Constitution now being used to line a bird cage - no problem. Geneva Convention, which we signed... doesn't apply. US citizens just let these people get away with these truly impeachable offenses and I just can't figure out why.

Sorry to use to use your blog to vent, FE, but what the clowns in DC get away with just blows my mind. I never thought I'd live long enough to see a President of the United States who makes Nixon look good.

Hope you got some rest after your marathon work session.

9:44 AM  
Blogger Metro said...

"It's happening," cried the born-again in triumph "the Middle East is exploding in flames."

"Yeah!" cried the secular humanist "Praise be!"

"The antichrist is on Earth, the prophecies are fulfilled, and the Rapture is coming!"

"Thank some god!"


"Uh, I thought you atheist types'd be really kinda unhappy about the approaching Revalations and Tribulations and all. I mean, you'll have to deal with the seven-year world government," said the born-again "not to mention the antichrist, and the plagues and pestilence, then at the Judgement you're probably gonna go to hell anyway."

"Yeah, maybe," said the other "But Bush'll be out of the White House two years early!"

12:15 PM  
Blogger krusty the baker said...

At least you can take consolation in the fact that there is a fixed date when you'll be rid of your current nutter. We don't have that to look forward to.

"Look, I mean, you know, I say to you, you know, I mean, we have to fight for democracy, you know, and if you don't agree with me I'll have you arrested as a terrorist, I mean, you know."

4:32 PM  
Blogger Carmenzta said...

Gee, Krusty, you came out of retirement for this?

5:04 PM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

Gee, doesn't anyone have a good thing to say about Shrub? (insert your favorite form of sarcastic laughter here)

Laura E (sorry, but I still chuckle at that - please forgive my warped sense of humor): That's why I post; to let people vent whether they agree or not. So vent anytime, ma'am.

HE (high explosive?): Thanks for reminding me what happend when Baptist Sunday picnics and ice cream socials get WAAAAAYYYY out of hand.

Carmentza (got it right that time): In reference to your post at Ziggi's - you don't look 52 while I, on the other hand, look 62. That's scary.

Metro: I've already decided that, in the words of my grad school roommate, we're going straight to hell in a Volkswagen bus.

WW: Bush is like a low-rent James Polk. If we didn't have Iraq, he'd be dusting off "54-40 or fight!" for a campaign theme. So Canada should be relieved - for now.

Krusty: I don't know if a 2009 eviction notice for Shrub would do any good. I really don't.

8:58 AM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

oops, CarmenZTA

12:17 PM  
Blogger Miz BoheMia said...

If ever I had the chance to meet that a**hole I do not think that I could...

... or if I did he would have it and I would let loose in an epic verbal rant that would shrink his already-pea-sized-brain-if-it-can-even-be-called-that into oblivion...

If ever I had the chance to help him off the ledge of a cliff I do not know that I would as the mere sight of the thing, I refuse, REFUSE to call that a man, or the sound of his voice awaken a deep, blind rage that knows no bounds and I am amazed at how my television is still chugging along...

If ever...

You get the picture!

I am nauseous now. Gotta go down and check out that infamous ass y'all are talking about! Oooh kinky!

2:07 PM  
Blogger Metro said...

I thought the infamous ass we're all discussing was GWB?

FE: America, it seems to me, is like rock 'n' roll. It'll never die--It just gets kinda sick sometimes.

My burning hope is that when the swing reverses, the pendulum goes as far in the other direction--it might possibly break off.

2:21 PM  
Blogger Miz BoheMia said...

Oh and by the way? Ha, ha, haaa on the ass! Sneaky man!

5:16 PM  
Blogger Frontier Editor said...

Thank you ma'am

6:12 PM  
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