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Ten Years Since We Lost America.
December 15 2010: It's an anniversary I can't let pass without notice: Ten years has passed since the day the U.S. Supreme Court overruled American voters and delegitimized the ballot box by appointing George W. Bush to the Presidency. Judicial activism much?
If they had chosen him because of his stunning intellect, his sterling resume, or their well-placed faith in his diplomatic abilities, it might be remotely understandable (if still unconstitutional and wrong). But we must assume that justices of the Supreme Court have a few working brain cells, so we know that was not their motivation (See: Worst President Ever).
The Citizens United case (ruling that corporations are people -- people incapable of committing crime, apparently) reveals their true motives for choosing rich boy and rich folk-lovin' Cowboy George.
Because it was such a freakin' travesty (and I'm still mad enough to want to do something about it, even ten years later), we're reviving our video opus on the topic, "Wish You Were Here" (music by Pink Floyd, outrage by the Supremes).
End of the Innocence.
September 11 was the worst attack of terrorism on American soil. Let's not forget who was running the show then. The attack would never have happened if Junior had read -- or cared about -- the multiple briefings he received that warned of Al Qaeda's determination to strike in the U.S. Click here to see our 9/11 video, "End of the Innocence."
Brandon Mayfield was the victim of the Bush administration's Patriot Act.
Does he look like a terrorist? Guess what? Brandon Mayfield is himself a patriotic American. What happened to him could happen to any of us. In Bush's world we are all Brandon Mayfield.
This is our most scholarly effort (which admittedly isn't saying much), a compilation of videos and research designed to prove that George W. Bush's many crimes and malfeasances deserve investigation. The title pretty much tells the story.
God was talking to Bush all the time, throughout his presidency. He heard more from God Almighty than from his dad. But God appears not to have wanted America's war effort or economy to succeed. Oh hey, maybe God stutters.
Regardless, Chopped Liver's spiritual advisor, Dr. Knobs, suggested we turn REM's big hit "Losing My Religion," into "Using My Religion" and dedicate it to then-president Bush. We don't say no to our spiritual advisor. Besides, it was a freakin' brilliant idea.
"I'm the Decider," he told us time and again. Oh, didn't we know it! We were the ones who suffered with the consequences of his lousy-ass decisions.
We have a Flash video about how he was the Decider and all that. This song was played a lot on Air America by Thom Hartmann (probably the smartest guy on the radio, and therefore very frightening). The video is pretty cool too.
Sick. Sick. Sick.
August 25 2009: I don't want to think about what torturers -- oh excuse me, interrogators -- did in the name of you and me, fellow American. Don't want to write about it, don't want to think about it, don't even want it to have ever happened.
But oh yes it did: We're going to put this electric drill to your head. We're going to rape your wife and make you watch. We're going to rape YOU. See that corpse in the other cell? You're next.
I don't want anything to do with anyone who would come up with such things. And you know whose fevered brain at the top of the chain of command most likely conceived -- or at the very least, encouraged -- these schemes (see image at left, or click here). Now comes word that Attorney General Holder is investigating the rogues' gallery of Bush crime family thugs responsible for coming up with these brilliant ideas designed ostensibly to get terrorists to cooperate.
Y'know guys, I didn't want to tell you anything, even as I've endured beatings and waterboardings and continue to despise everything you stand for, but now suddenly I find your threat of the electric drill very persuasive. I'll tell you everything you want to know.
I don't like war, but we are in two; in fact, we're on the verge of escalating our adventure in Afghanistan (which we should be screaming like holy hell about, incidentally). I don't think this potentially great nation should torture people but apparently we do that too. How many generations will it take to make up for this outrageous wrong?
I am very ashamed. We all should be.
It seemed like such a good idea at the time. Bush's illegal, immoral, wasteful, ridiculous war in Iraq was going really badly. So let's send more troops! That ALWAYS works.
You still hear people saying "The surge is working." The only thing that will work is peace. That's the one thing Bush would never think of trying.
CALGARY, CANADA -- Telling rapt listeners he couldn't think of anywhere he'd rather be, former American president George Walker Bush made his first public appearance since leaving the White House in a blaze of infamy and disgrace.
Bush sat for a lengthy question-and-answer session at the end of his presentation, openly grateful that anybody cared to listen to what he had to say..
During the Q&A, Bush declined to offer his opinion of President Barack Obama's first couple of months in office, saying he would maintain his silence. "He deserves that," he said. He then went on to "joke" that he was "maybe the only American who bought a house in the fall of 2008."
He undoubtedly overlooked the irony of joking about an economic collapse he actively helped to bring about. George W. Bush is unbefreakin'lievably tone-deaf when it comes to international relations. Witness his last appearance with the G8, and his cheery fare-thee-well:
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