Tuesday, January 29, 2008

The wheels on the bus go round and round

As America's problems escalate under bad management, or very good espionage, president "Smoke him Out" continues to embarrass us all with his idiotic annual ramblings known as the State of the Union address. It is like watching a loved one sinking to alcoholism, complete with bouts of denial and impaired judgment.

In his hands ignorance is a fault so pure as to leave no room for Reason, and perhaps this blissful state explains the perpetual smirk.

I have had too much of him a long time ago.

He has denied global warming in the face of undeniable evidence, and has asserted WMDs in the face of an absence of evidence.

He has pledged America's word to lies and done so without shame or apology.

He has abandoned one of our greatest cities (New Orleans) to speculators.

He has taken a strong economy and turned it into a weak one.

And worst of all he failed my Trust in him, bought with the blood of 911 heroes, and valued at nothing.

So, it was with great pleasure that I read this article in the Boston Globe called, Our one-way trip to disaster.

It is a meanness on my part, I suppose, to enjoy it when the president Bush is dealt a blow of ridicule, but I believe that if only more people would ridicule him democratic enablers like Nancy Pelosi might finally defy him.

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"Ignorance more frequently begets confidence than does knowledge"

Charles Darwin