Nero Speaks and a Shroud of Insanity Is Implemented  

sfvppl818 50M/50F
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4/27/2006 4:51 pm

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Nero Speaks and a Shroud of Insanity Is Implemented

"Steps we're taking will help address the problem of availability, but it's not going to solve it. Americans should be prudent in their use of energy during the course of the next few weeks. Don't buy gas if you don't need it."
- Dubya proposes that Americans don't buy gas at $3-$4/gallon just because he says so, Washington, D.C., September 1, 2005

*** sound of crickets chirping ***
- Americans waiting for a solution, USA, April 27, 2006

If Dubya had a personal delivery half as articulate as Crazy Horse, he would have been able to get past this one - instead of being labelled a closet racist while he races around the country looking all perplexed and destined for another $1000.00 a plate chicken dinner fundraiser. But words always seem to confuse Our Child Preznut - and the very homespun diatribes that had once served him well inside red state revival tents and redneck bake-offs with Mable and Bess and Clara now make him seem like he's rolling in a trench filled with shit.

Two more months of the shake and bake operation in Iraq and this lovely experiment in Middle East Democracy in Action will make Sarajevo seem more July 4th block party than a violent bloodletting of ethnic and biblical proportions. First Dubya gets up in the morning to see that a majority of Americans are ready to toss in the towel, then he jumps up on national TV to say he "thinks about Iraq every day because he understands we have troops in harm's way," as if this master of the obvious could put two and two together in the first place. Which means, clearly, that he better now watch his backside before Rumsfeld or Rove or Rice reach for a Gideon Bible like Chuck Colson once did and start taking their press conferences while standing in line at a Jerry Fallwell absolution soup kitchen in Lynchburg, Virginia.

What will Dubya do in the light of these recent developments? Karl Rove, one of the most psychotic and treacherous thugs in the vast wasteland of American politics, has been Dubya's main and insulated lightning rod since the beginning of his fatally co-dependent inner sanctum of the "get in the boat and shut your mouth" deception machine - along with Condi, Josh Bolton, Cheney, Michael Chertoff and Dubya himself - none of whom would think twice about stonewalling the Religious Right or even God himself with "take a message, we might get back to them - and Him - later on the fuzzy details." Not even Dubya, at this lowest point of his presidency, will feel comfortable with the knowledge that a loyal and abject monster like Rove has an office in the White House when rumors persist that he was Matt Cooper's source in the Valerie Plame espionage exposure, which in no other terms constitutes treason - in the non-Ann Coulter (dare I say: Gash Limbaugh) sense of the word, of course - not to mention completely unethical and immoral behavior, and a crystallized example of how this administration wields power from Dick Cheney's bunker.

It's nutcracking time in the Big House, Sparky. And let's see if we can get a front row seat for the festivities ... and the bottles of 1800 and Wild Turkey are on me.


its_a_go 37M

4/27/2006 6:28 pm

Not to advo but I've got an epinion on the gas, and don't feel like regurging on you.

I'm no red (or blue for that matter), but perhaps I'm a sympathiser. Iraq is at a point where we shouldn't be pulling out, we should be hitting a bit harder if anything. It is a bad situation for us all, but leaving would not fix it.
Dubya's a master of stating the obvious, I'll give you that one. I sometimes wonder if SNL does his writing. I'm also not a Condie for Pres supporter, but I don't think she should just get lumped in that group, at least in the light that you've cast. Perhaps to prod you a little, I think you've left out the glaring irony of Tony Snow's new part in the admin. That ones been getting a chuckle from me for the last few days. For that 60% against the president Snow is just going to be the worst PR move possible. I can't believe he even took the job, who in their right minds (i guess I just answered my own question lol) would want to be the bush admin's press secretary?

I prefer Hush Bimbo to Gash. The whole Valerie Plame seems to me to be bravo sierro on all parties, blown way out of proportions. I don't think she was really in a position that allows for 'outing'.

I was in that minority supporting bush up to this week, he's lost me with his reactions to the gas situation. I have a somewhat tolerant personality, and can take good with bad as life does demand, but he's tipped the scales. However, I still can't quit chuckling over the bush bashers seeking impeachment. I always wonder if they are "Impeach Bush"'rs or "Cheney for President's". Spiro would be proud.

You seem happy to see our chief administration suffering, that's upsetting. I understand your dilemna, but I hardly see it as being celebratory.

just my .02


its_a_go 37M

4/27/2006 7:08 pm

I agree there. Sarajevo was a terrible misdirection on the administrations part. Embarassing.


sfvppl818 50M/50F

4/27/2006 8:17 pm

    Quoting its_a_go:
    Not to advo but I've got an epinion on the gas, and don't feel like regurging on you.

    I'm no red (or blue for that matter), but perhaps I'm a sympathiser. Iraq is at a point where we shouldn't be pulling out, we should be hitting a bit harder if anything. It is a bad situation for us all, but leaving would not fix it.
    Dubya's a master of stating the obvious, I'll give you that one. I sometimes wonder if SNL does his writing. I'm also not a Condie for Pres supporter, but I don't think she should just get lumped in that group, at least in the light that you've cast. Perhaps to prod you a little, I think you've left out the glaring irony of Tony Snow's new part in the admin. That ones been getting a chuckle from me for the last few days. For that 60% against the president Snow is just going to be the worst PR move possible. I can't believe he even took the job, who in their right minds (i guess I just answered my own question lol) would want to be the bush admin's press secretary?

    I prefer Hush Bimbo to Gash. The whole Valerie Plame seems to me to be bravo sierro on all parties, blown way out of proportions. I don't think she was really in a position that allows for 'outing'.

    I was in that minority supporting bush up to this week, he's lost me with his reactions to the gas situation. I have a somewhat tolerant personality, and can take good with bad as life does demand, but he's tipped the scales. However, I still can't quit chuckling over the bush bashers seeking impeachment. I always wonder if they are "Impeach Bush"'rs or "Cheney for President's". Spiro would be proud.

    You seem happy to see our chief administration suffering, that's upsetting. I understand your dilemna, but I hardly see it as being celebratory.

    just my .02
Actually I have considered Tony Snow heavily, but I am willing to let this "irony" destroy himself and the president as it should - and that is not Snow's issue, because his boss has no believable position of late and he loses more of his base daily, and the moderates have already left the train station.

Regarding the Sarajevo comment - plucked those from David Hackworth, who warned us all from the beginning and died without so much of a mention.

Personally, if 02 + 02 equals 04, aren't you glad that Dubya being gone in 02 and and that 01 of that 04 goes to big oil?

Kinda ambivalent myself.


sfvppl818 50M/50F

4/27/2006 8:27 pm

    Quoting its_a_go:
    Not to advo but I've got an epinion on the gas, and don't feel like regurging on you.

    I'm no red (or blue for that matter), but perhaps I'm a sympathiser. Iraq is at a point where we shouldn't be pulling out, we should be hitting a bit harder if anything. It is a bad situation for us all, but leaving would not fix it.
    Dubya's a master of stating the obvious, I'll give you that one. I sometimes wonder if SNL does his writing. I'm also not a Condie for Pres supporter, but I don't think she should just get lumped in that group, at least in the light that you've cast. Perhaps to prod you a little, I think you've left out the glaring irony of Tony Snow's new part in the admin. That ones been getting a chuckle from me for the last few days. For that 60% against the president Snow is just going to be the worst PR move possible. I can't believe he even took the job, who in their right minds (i guess I just answered my own question lol) would want to be the bush admin's press secretary?

    I prefer Hush Bimbo to Gash. The whole Valerie Plame seems to me to be bravo sierro on all parties, blown way out of proportions. I don't think she was really in a position that allows for 'outing'.

    I was in that minority supporting bush up to this week, he's lost me with his reactions to the gas situation. I have a somewhat tolerant personality, and can take good with bad as life does demand, but he's tipped the scales. However, I still can't quit chuckling over the bush bashers seeking impeachment. I always wonder if they are "Impeach Bush"'rs or "Cheney for President's". Spiro would be proud.

    You seem happy to see our chief administration suffering, that's upsetting. I understand your dilemna, but I hardly see it as being celebratory.

    just my .02
I know I'm hard on Dubya, and it's a tough thing to accept that we couldn't do better than an elitist freak Preznut. But understand this: Dubya has a lot of 'splainin to do, because the future is gonna be paying for his deceptions and his arrogance.

The rhetoric will escalate into the higher rafters of hysteria as they find themselves more and more in the minority, finding it harder and harder to scrape up a lynch mob to go after such dastardly varmints as the Dixie Chicks and South Park. Or it will delve deeper into the mire, as the GOP message machine leads them into noble battle against the Cult of Mendacity with a crucifix in one hand, a toilet plunger in the other:

"The Cult is execrable - it sleeps in its own feces and calls it a bed of fragrant moss and clover - and too many have become too willing to believe that the squish and stench in which they slog is a pristine pasture rather than an overflowing latrine."


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