Thursday, April 25, 2013

George Bush, AmeriKKKan hero?

War criminal G.W. Bush: "Give him an indictment, not a library" (
All the MIC's white men, and one half-white one (J. Scott Applewhite/AP/
The Decider mad at VP Dick the Dictator
When Dick "Milhouse" Nixon* shuffled off this mortal coil, the hagiographies began. Newspapers and quick-turnaround weekly news magazines were falling all over themselves to glorify and mis-remember a man who up until then had been America's worst president, so bad that he had been thrown out of office.

Macklemore agrees with Dinah Cancer (of 45 Grave fame) that Dick is not our friend, neither Milhouse nor Cheney, not any Bush, not even the third in the dynasty whom we lovingly refer to as "B.S. (Barry Soetoro) Obama."
Bury the Lies in My Lie-Bury
Lovely Michelle, hubby, Granny, Prescott the Nazi-abetter's boy, Dubya, Laura (
*When losers rule the world (MBC)
(NPR) Four presidents praised another member of their exclusive club today at the dedication of the George W. Bush Memorial Library and Museum on the campus of Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.
It was a sometimes funny, sometimes poignant ceremony where partisan differences were set aside. For his part, the honoree said, "Elected officials must serve a cause greater than themselves, defined by the convictions they hold." His guiding principle, Bush said, was that "the United States of America must strive to expand the reach of freedom [defined not as civil liberties for citizens but as free trade for the military-industrial complex]."
"We stayed true to our convictions," Bush said of his administration [of course, those convictions not being anything at all what the voters had wanted them to be, but never mind what the people wanted; Bush was not running wars not a popularity contest]. He thanked his father, the nation's 41st commander in chief. He "taught me to be a president [and I was president, not Dick Cheney!]," Bush said. "Before that, he showed me how to be a man." More
New Nuremberg trials at the Hague for W., Cheney, Rumsfeld, Rice, et. al. (Vincent Bugliosi, ESQ) How? Here's how: The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder

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