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June 17, 2008

Life in a vacuum.

If one lives in a glass house, but can’t see the outside world — creepy.
From just about every angle, Decider George’s way-dangerous terms in office have been an unmitigated disaster.
The W’s administration portfolio and accompanying details could fill a city of libraries, and just about all of the material contained within would be negative, lame or criminal.
Nothing of any good — and take the literal definition of “nothing” — has come out of the last near-eight years.

Now he’s the intellectual:

  • Asked if he planned to pen his own book after leaving office in January, Bush said it was a possibility.
    “I’m going to think about that, yes – writing a book,” Bush said in an interview with Britain’s Observer newspaper published on Sunday.

    “I seriously don’t watch TV. You know, I watch sports, but I’d much rather read books.
    “And I do. I read a lot,” he said according to a transcript released by the White House.

    news24.com/News24/World/News, (6/15/08)

A story about Decider George’s reading habits published Aug. 17, 2006, by US News & World Report seemed to suggest the sonofabitch’s head is in a book nearly all freakin’ day long.
The list was provided by White House staffers.
A note displayed before the article: Staffers say the president is actually engaged in an informal contest with White House senior adviser Karl Rove to see who can read more books this year. The latest score card has Bush ahead 60-50. A sampling of the president’s reading list so far this year, according to White House aides:

A list of books then followed (see entire piece at usnews.com/usnews/news/articles/060817/17bushbooks.htm).

However, can one fully believe, or understand, or comprehend that Decider George had read 60 damn books in seven-and-a-half months?
About 30 weeks — two books a week?
This list in the US News story was not bush-league, but out of Bush’s league.
Along with some Lincoln histories, a couple sports books, there’s The Stranger by Albert Camus, and Nine Parts of Desire: The Hidden World of Islamic Women by Geraldine Brooks.

One has to be shitting us.

And one also has to keep in mind about these so-called White House “staffers.”
According to Scott McClellan, these “staffers” are prone to lie at the drop of a book.

As Decider George lounged around the UK this past weekend, he was interviewed by Britain’s SkyNews.
Sky’s political editor, Adam Boulton, asked about whether the 2008 election will end the Bush family strangle-hold on the presidency:

  • President Bush was asked by a SkyNews correspondent whether the end of his term marked the end of the Bush presidential dynasty that began with his father’s Oval Office tenure 20 years ago.
    In response, Bush singled out his brother, who has often been mentioned as a possible Republican presidential contender. “Well, we’ve got another one out there who did a fabulous job as governor of Florida, and that’s Jeb,” he said. “But you know, you better ask him whether or not he’s thinking of running. But he’d be a great president.”

    politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com, (6/16/08)

One has to be shitting us.

In that interview, however, Decider George really revealed his inner, most nothingness.
A delusion so great, a stress of zero-ness so massive, the tremor pinches the brain nerves so a pure, ugly bowel movement erupts from the lips:

  • BOULTON: There are those who would say look, lets take Guantanamo Bay, and Abu Ghraib, and rendition and all those things and to them that is the complete opposite of freedom.
    BUSH: Of course, if you want to slander America.

    thinkprogress.org, (6/16/08)

The man has no shame.
The US Supreme Court, international peace groups, US federal agencies, investigative journalists, even the US peoples, have shown their dislike for the policies of Decider George — in EVERY category — policies which have damaged the US far more than anything Osama bin Laden could have achieved.

  • A McClatchy investigation found that instead of confining terrorists, Guantanamo often produced more of them by rounding up common criminals, conscripts, low-level foot soldiers and men with no allegiance to radical Islam — thus inspiring a deep hatred of the United States in them — and then housing them in cells next to radical Islamists.

    Soldiers, guards or interrogators at the U.S. bases at Bagram or Kandahar in Afghanistan had abused many of the detainees, and they arrived at Guantanamo enraged at America.

    In a classified 2005 review of 35 detainees released from Guantanamo, Pakistani police intelligence concluded that the men — the majority of whom had been subjected to “severe mental and physical torture,” according to the report — had “extreme feelings of resentment and hatred against USA.”
    The report warned that unless steps were taken to rehabilitate the men, they had the potential of “becoming another Abdullah Mehsud,” a former Guantanamo detainee who became a high-ranking Taliban commander in the Pakistani tribal areas bordering Afghanistan.
    Mehsud killed himself with a grenade last July to avoid being taken prisoner by Pakistani troops. “A lot of our friends are working against the Americans now, because if you torture someone without any reason, what do you expect?” Issa Khan, a Pakistani former detainee, said in an interview in Islamabad. “Many people who were in Guantanamo are now working with the Taliban.”

    — Tom Lasseter, mcclatchydc.com/detainees/story, (6/17/08)

And these self-same Taliban are now on the move near Kandahar, getting ready to mount a major offensive.
Fueled by US hatred.

And Decider George has the unlearned, unmitigated gall to then himself “slander” America by opening his Texas-sized hole in the face and inserting Dufus Dick Cheney’s asshole.

One has truly got to be shitting us!

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