Tuesday, December 05, 2006

Bush's Worst and Brightest!?

I, for one, am going to miss these colorful, entertaining, and charismatic icons.

But that's the only thing I can say for them.

Oh, Wait! Condi's not gone yet!

7 Moderated Comments:

Anonymous pekka said...

Yup, I have to confess thinking already about the looming exit of these incredible neocons and an huge, dull normalcy that will be left behind.

Heck, they are the sole reason that I started to follow American politics and blogs, such as this one by Vigil, in the first place. What the hell are we going to talk about when they are gone? Your garden variety lies, corruption and discord is just not going to cut it any more. These guys managed to lower the proverbial limbo-stick so low that the next bunch will in comparison look like angels and smell like roses.

12/05/2006 01:47:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I can not describe completely how much this pains me to write pekka but we still have two years before the two chief neocons actually exit the DC area. In that time, even with a Congress controlled by the Democrats I fully expect Maximum Ferret and the Creepy Veepy to keep things interesting.
And if that was not enough the fires they have set in the Middle East may end up engulfing even us over here in North America with oil prices in the science fiction realm.

12/05/2006 06:33:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Oh pekka, be of good cheer. Never underestimate the power of the American public to create discord and chaos out of thin air.

Once we stop fighting overseas we will resume our regularly scheduled killing of each other.

Besides..we always have Mexico to fight with.

12/05/2006 07:23:00 PM  
Blogger Messenger said...

Yeah, Good comments above.

I have to echo Vigilante. (I try not to do that too much.) But Bolton, Rice, and Rumsfeld are very representative of considerable talent that I, as a patriotic and proud American, could be proud of, and could believe in. It's a tragedy, they didn't come out of the tunnel of the aftermath of 9-11, pointing their fingers at the West Bank of Palestine. If they had, Lebanon would not have gone up in smoke, and Iraq would not have gotten in the way of our taking Osama bin Laden, dead or alive.

Why did they have to be OF the dark side?

12/05/2006 07:33:00 PM  
Blogger Indicted Plagiarist said...

Messenger, the invasion of Iraq was premeditated, before 9-11.

11 future members of the Bush administration (Don Rumsfeld, Elliott Abrams, Richard Armitage, John Bolton, Paula Dobriansky, Robert Kagan, Zalmay Khalilzad, Richard Perle, William Schneider, Jr., Robert Zoellick, and Paul Wolfowitz), members of the infamous Project for a New American Century, wrote a January 26, 1998 letter to President Clinton, urging the military overthrow of Saddam Hussein's regime. If we fail to do so, they were candid in asserting, "a significant portion of the world's supply of oil will be put at hazard."

12/05/2006 08:26:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

There is no difference between Repubs and Dems. They both work for Big business. Military/Industrial/Congressional complex , Corporatacracy.
Gullible Americans are foot soldiers for these money grubbing groups now.
Both sides laugh all the way to the bank as they divvy up the $ 8 billion every month it takes to run the war. Oh Yeah, war is fun and profitable, long as you are not a grunt, but they are expendable for the cause, right.? Our way of life. Ha.
British Petroleum and Saudi Oil , are awash with dough now. In cutting off the oil supply from Iraq , they have maintained scarcity of their product. The object of the so called war.

12/06/2006 06:16:00 AM  
Blogger Malfrat said...

Bolton's skill and style of diplomacy while at the U.N. is grudgingly admitted.
NYT

12/06/2006 06:06:00 PM  

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