I plan on making fun of everyone but for now I have only a few things and they make fun of G. W. Bush. Now admittedly I am not now or will never be a supporter of his. Quite frankly the man reminds me too much of other power mad leaders in history. But that doesn't mean I can't laugh at the other ones in power as well. This is still the land of the free no matter what the Fatherlan eeerrr Homeland security would have us try to give up and I am exercising my political right to mock those who were voted out of our towns and states and into Washington DC.
This Just in as of September 20, 2004. I've been semi-joking that someone was getting back at Florida for the 2000 election but I hadn't really believed it was more then a joke. Today I saw this picture: God Vs Bush link posted on a friend's Journal. All I can say is OMG. Someone is PISSED. Maybe someone should tell Dubya that he should stop pretending he has a direct line to his God.
One thing I would like Bush to answer though is:
“What would our current unemployment rate be if we brought home all the men and women currently serving in Iraq and Afghanistan?”
Don't get me wrong I support our troops, I have many friends and relatives who are in the military. (Some career.) I also think Hussein was a monster but he was also a monster who we thought was fine and dandy when he was useful to us. All this war mongering though is doing in the middle east is making them see us as even more evil then they saw us before. They have long memories in that area. They are still pissed at Europe for the Crusades and if you go by the biblical account (Which actually knowing human nature sounds accurate to me. Family feuds are always the worst.) they are still pissed about the whole Jacob and Esau bowl of stew/ birthright deal.
I heard a joke once. “What is a moderate Muslim? One who only holds a grudge for ten generations.”
I think our government needs to think about that before we invade another country over there.
Actually I can see why we invaded Afghanistan, there were direct ties between those in power and those who caused the acts of terrorism on 9-11 but Hussein is not Bin Laden. Why have we forgotten about him? Is it because we could actually get to Hussein?
Why did we even make these people legitimate? Declaring war on it somehow make what they did seem well maybe not honorable but within guidelines. Why not call them what they were. Murderers. Don’t legitimize what they did. Don’t make them soldiers by declaring war.
The following are parodies: Take me out to bomb Hussein Take me out of the Bush league
I have also added the
TWO BUSH WORD SEARCH PUZZLES
(My testers said COOL about the puzzles so I am taking that as they liked them.)
If you follow this link you will see the start of my anti-bush AIM buddy icons. There are only a few so far but I plan on adding more and I have tested to see it they work with AIM already
The next links are not my pages but it is too damn funny so I had to link it here. Here is the subservient president and some more Anti-Bush Buddy Icons for AIM I like hail to the thief one myself. Most of you have probably already seen Bush or Chimp this one though was new to me: The White House. Finally there is Republicanpress.com which is a humorous political satire of conservative right wing media pundits and talk radio hosts.
This was sent to me by a friend, too bad it doesn't work as easily as the joke says. 8^)
How to start each day with a positive outlook:
1. Open a new file in your PC.
2. Name it "George W. Bush."
3. Send it to the trash.
4. Click on "Empty Trash Bin."
5. Your PC will ask you, "Do you really want to get rid of George W. Bush?"
6. Answer calmly, "Yes," and press the mouse button firmly.
I've also designed some t-shirts, They first started out when I was looking at a phobia site. I saw some of the goofy ones they had listed including vegetables (EEK a cucumber) and trees. In fact they had just about everything and I quipped "I wanna be Bushophobic" That followed by "I want the T-shirt" which turned out to be a light bulb moment. So I designed the first shirt and more shirts followed. From them I went on to write the two above parodies.
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the quotes in the Java picture are from the following times
*Statements separated by only a few minutes in interview with ITN, Crawford, Texas, Apr. 5, 2002
** Describing his executive order making faith-based groups eligible for federal subsidies, New Orleans, Louisiana, Jan. 15, 2004.
***July 26, 2001
Some books that may interest visitors to this page:
The first is by a Nixon insider who compares the Bush administration to the Nixon one and Nixon comes out as the more honest President.
The Next book, Big Lies, goes after the conservative media and picks apart the lies they tell about the liberal media and liberals in general. So many conservatives have liked to point out that ultra Liberal is communism but they seem to try to want to forget that ultra conservatism is Fascism. can we all say "Hail Bush?"
Lets face it when it comes to extremes in liberal and conservative behavior they basically both circle so far around they end up half a mile away from each other even if they claim to be a million miles apart Basically both are a bad thing but we are swinging way too far to the conservative area for my comfort.
And Un-American is not speaking up against EITHER.
The Nest book, Against All Enemies, documents Richard A Clarke's two decades involved in investigating terrorism aboard and the Bush administrations head in the sand attitude towards Al-Qaeda and how they planned on going after Iraq from the very beginning.
Then there is The Great Unraveling by Paul Krugman which dissects the Bush administration economic policies and states why they don't and won't work. Rarely does an economist behave in a non-partisan manner so it is telling that Paul Krugman does so in this book and he does so by use of hard facts and evidence not by knee jerk arguments so prevalent in books and the media today.
The next book, the Price of Loyalty is a view of the George W. Bush White House, as described by former Treasury Secretary Paul O'Neill, describes the Bush administration from an insiders point of view.
© 2004 Sheila K Watkins
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