Can anyone really take Decider George seriously? He seems to have absolutlely no shame.
Does one thinkÂ Jenna Bush considers/thinks/reflects/ponders or even wonders about her daddy being a blundering, atrocious villian?
Of course not!
Jenna on Sunday married that baby-necked, dumb-ass-looking Hank Hager in a pastoral, Hollywood-old-West wedding while the world burned.
After a sweet, booze-drenched honeymoon in Europe, Hager’s reportedly going to work for Constellation Energy, the 33rd-worse air polluter in the US.
And with a possible nuclear power plant project in the works — Constellation has an application pending before the Nuclear Regulatory Agency to built a new reactor at Calvert Cliffs, 50 miles from Washington, D.C. with construction by the Bechtel Company, another Halliburton-like corporation sucking up billions of dollars in Iraq no-bid contracts — Hager can very well afford to keep Jenna on the level of which she’s accustomed.
While her daddy continues an embarrassment to the US and its peoples:
- For the first time, Bush revealed a personal way in which he has tried to acknowledge the sacrifice of soldiers and their families: He has given up golf.
â€œI don’t want some mom whose son may have recently died to see the commander in chief playing golf,â€ he said. â€œI feel I owe it to the families to be in solidarity as best as I can with them. And I think playing golf during a war just sends the wrong signal.â€
— Jonathan Martin, politico.com/blogs, (5/13/08)
Although Decider George was also quoted as saying he quit the links in 2003 after the UN building in Baghdad was car bombed, the remark displayed a heartless, elitist arrogance.
The real focal point here, though, is why would anyone even mention such a stupid-ass thing?
Nothing to do with golf, or tennis, or swimming, or shooting hoops — if Decider George wasn’t such an arrogant asshole who’s completely shredded the US Constitution, bankrupted the military and caused rampant death and destruction in the Middle East — who would give a shit?
Does Jenna feel any shame herself — her daddy to go down, way down, as the very worse president in the history of the republic?
- Eighty-two percent of Americans now say the country’s seriously off on the wrong track, up 10 points in the last year to a point from its record high in polls since 1973. And 31 percent approve of Bush’s job performance overall, while 66 percent disapprove.
Beyond the president’s overall rating, intensity of sentiment is heavily against Bush. Fifty-two percent of Americans not only disapprove of his work but do so strongly, matching the high in ABC News/Washington Post polls set in July. Just 15 percent strongly approve.
These views directly relate to the president’s ratings. Among people who say the country’s headed in the right direction, 83 percent approve of Bush’s work. His problem is that they constitute just 16 percent of the population. Among the 82 percent who say the country’s off on the wrong track, Bush’s approval rating is a dismal 21 percent.
— Gary Langer, ABC News, abcnews.go.com/print, (5/12/08)
Decider George might become infamous in his own presidential lifetime.
Last month,Â ABC News reported nearly all of Decider George’s entire adminstration’s top dogs had been engaged in White House torture discussions — Condi Rice, Big Don Rumsfeld, Colin Powell, John Ashcroft, George Tenet, even Dufus Dick Cheney — and worked out details on how much pain could be inflicted, when and how, including the greatly-discussed waterboarding technique, on certain subjects captured during this huge, all-encompassing War on Terror.
Moral and legalities be damned!
Then-Attorney General Ashcroft supposedly had some second thoughts about all this torture-shit talk being bantered about the White House.
- Ashcroft was troubled by the discussions. He agreed with the general policy decision to allow aggressive tactics and had repeatedly advised that they were legal. But he argued that senior White House advisers should not be involved in the grim details of interrogations, sources said.
According to a top official, Ashcroft asked aloud after one meeting: “Why are we talking about this in the White House? History will not judge this kindly.”
— abcnews.go.com/TheLaw/LawPolitics, (4/9/08)
Of course, big John was blubbering about torture and covering his own ruptured ass.
In reality, he was describing Decider George’s entire tenure in office.