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    Derangement Syndrome

    Peggy Noonan writes today:

    The president has taken to suggesting that opponents of his immigration bill are unpatriotic–they “don’t want to do what’s right for America.” His ally Sen. Lindsey Graham has said, “We’re gonna tell the bigots to shut up.” On Fox last weekend he vowed to “push back.” Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff suggested opponents would prefer illegal immigrants be killed; Commerce Secretary Carlos Gutierrez said those who oppose the bill want “mass deportation.” Former Bush speechwriter Michael Gerson said those who oppose the bill are “anti-immigrant” and suggested they suffer from “rage” and “national chauvinism.”
    This is basically how Bush goes about drumming up support for every policy: he calls opponents of the policy homos or @$$holes or terrorist-lovers. I must admit, I’m enjoying watching Bush’s base- the same base that cheered lustily every time the administration accused war opponents of helping the terrorists and undercutting the troops- get all hot and bothered when the same tactics are used against them.
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    This is also a pattern of behavior we have witnessed from every dictator through out history.
    Eventually these tyrants become so paranoid and self obsessed they strike out at those closest to them, even at those that have proven their loyalty and blindly support their leader.
    Grim, Frankie and the other neo-cons at the board sincerely believe that they are safe, Bushco will reward them for their blind allegiance. Their support of illegal war, wiretaps and torture has won the a special place in Bushco's new police state.
    Stalin, Moa, Hitler, The Taliban, The Shah of Iran, Mussolini have all done the same. Eventually as in the ‘Night of the Long Knifes’ these blood thirsty tyrants will murderer their own supporters to satisfy their blood lust.

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    What these close friends see is a madman on the edge, a delusional paranoid whose brain is fried by too many years of hard drinking and probably too much cocaine up his nose.

    Compared to Bush, Richard M. Nixon appears sane and stone cold sober. Hell, history will probably cast legendary drunk Ulysses S. Grant as a President more in control of himself.

    Not only is he wrapped up in the aura of "I'm the President," but he is now determined that anyone who follows him will have to live with his legacy of lies, deceit and despair - his failed war in Iraq, his cancer on "our country's destiny."

    The fate of this nation - and indeed the fate of the world - may well depend on the deranged mind of a truly insane President of the United States.
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    Today's Report Is Filed In "The Inmates In Charge Of The Asylum Dept:"

    Report: In Meeting, ‘Wild-Eyed’ Bush Thumped Chest While Repeating ‘I Am The President!’


    http://www.rawstory.com/showoutartic...h-wild-eyed%2F

    Georgie Anne Geyer writes today in the Dallas Morning News about President Bush’s strange behavior during a recent meeting with “[f]riends of his from Texas.”

    But by all reports, President Bush is more convinced than ever of his righteousness.

    Friends of his from Texas were shocked recently to find him nearly wild-eyed, thumping himself on the chest three times while he repeated “I am the president!” He also made it clear he was setting Iraq up so his successor could not get out of “our country’s destiny.”

    This is the second time in recent weeks that accounts have surfaced of Bush lashing out or “ranting” in private meetings when responding to criticism of his Iraq policy. Chris Nelson of the Nelson Report offered a similar account earlier this month:

    [S]ome big money players up from Texas recently paid a visit to their friend in the White House. The story goes that they got out exactly one question, and the rest of the meeting consisted of The President in an extended whine, a rant, actually, about no one understands him, the critics are all messed up, if only people would see what he’s doing things would be OK…etc., etc. This is called a “bunker mentality” and it’s not attractive when a friend does it. When the friend is the President of the United States, it can be downright dangerous. Apparently the Texas friends were suitably appalled, hence the story now in circulation.

    Like the tearful House Minority Leader John Boehner (R-OH), Bush needs to channel his bottled up emotions towards a more worthy end — winding down the war in Iraq rather than defending the status quo.
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    we don't have a dictator. when he refuses to leave office and has the opposition arrested, then we have a dictator. usually, it is the left that does this. Fidel Castro, Joseph Stalin, Hugo Chavez and Robert Mugabe come to mind. or, and the twerp in north korea. if Bush fails in foreign policy, it is because we the people will not back him no matter how right he is. it was really funny when ethiopia solved the unsolvable problem in somalia couple weeks ago. they just went in and shot at Al'Qaeda bad guys till they were either dead or running away. took a couple days. for the US to do it takes years of meetings to decide what kind of bullets the troops can use and exactly what shade of green or tan their uniforms should be. as soon as they tell the press there is a plan the screaming begins - the plan is all wrong, can't work, will upset our friends in the world and help our our enemies recruit. gulliver tied down by the lilliputians, again.

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    I didn't know Stalin, Kim Jong Il, and Mugabe are leftists, thanks for that history lesson.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumbles
    it was really funny when ethiopia solved the unsolvable problem in somalia couple weeks ago. they just went in and shot at Al'Qaeda bad guys till they were either dead or running away. took a couple days. for the US to do it takes years of meetings to decide what kind of bullets the troops can use and exactly what shade of green or tan their uniforms should be. as soon as they tell the press there is a plan the screaming begins - the plan is all wrong, can't work, will upset our friends in the world and help our our enemies recruit. gulliver tied down by the lilliputians, again.
    Just what problem was solved in somalia? Are you saying that that there are now no more warlords fudalisticly running the country? That was the unsolvable problem was it not? When the US was in mogadishu, the mission was to protect the distribution of food and medicine that were being hijacked by the warlord militias. For our efforts we lost a platoon of army rangers and two blackhawks. We didn't go there to shoot but we got shot at.
    The terminally stupid and certifiably insane.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumbles
    if Bush fails in foreign policy, it is because we the people will not back him no matter how right he is.
    Congratulations!
    This statement alone qualifies you for the nitwit of the week award.
    Brilliant bit of doublespeak there mumbles!
    Who else would even have considered that there really is a way to celebrate Bush’s failures.
    Of course he failed but he was Right all along. It was everyone else that was wrong for opposing him or pointing out his failures. Shame on them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ianmatthews
    I didn't know Stalin, Kim Jong Il, and Mugabe are leftists, thanks for that history lesson.
    Why are you humoring Mumbles The Chimp? It might be funny to you. But it's not really humane. You're just rewarding and encouraging his behavior.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinnly Slash Buster
    Congratulations!
    This statement alone qualifies you for the nitwit of the week award.
    Brilliant bit of doublespeak there mumbles!
    Who else would even have considered that there really is a way to celebrate Bush’s failures.
    Of course he failed but he was Right all along. It was everyone else that was wrong for opposing him or pointing out his failures. Shame on them.
    Don't blame Mumbles. It's his trainer who's at fault.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinnly Slash Buster
    Congratulations!
    This statement alone qualifies you for the nitwit of the week award.
    Brilliant bit of doublespeak there mumbles!
    Who else would even have considered that there really is a way to celebrate Bush’s failures.
    Of course he failed but he was Right all along. It was everyone else that was wrong for opposing him or pointing out his failures. Shame on them.
    You are correct. He should be inducted into the Monkey Hall of Shame thread. I'll see to it. :D
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlbenator
    As discussed in a previous thread, this IRRATIONAL HATRED for the Jews and their RIGHT to SURVIVE is one of the many PROOFS of a God, AND a Devil.

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    Bush could say how much change he has in his left pocket and congress would hold hearings to prove he is wrong. All the networks would agree, he is wrong, has always been wrong, and is either evil or stupid. No one backs him on anything. He told the truth, social security and medicare are soon broke and there is no plan how to fix it. He presented a plan. Nobody listened. Everybody thinking of new ways we can spend money that does not exist. He said, the time to confront Iraq and Iran is now, before they get nukes, not later. everybody screams he's a war criminal. there is nothing he can do or say that will be judged as right. he can't win so he's just parked there till next election. we have no leader. by our own choice. we will not back him unless some strange army is actually landing in California. but he will be gone before that. Rome never thought they would fall, either. never had understood why people will not support a government that protects them from the people that would kill them. ya think some palestians would tolerate everybody doing as they please ? you claim the jews run everything and the jews tolerate you. Islam has no tolerance. they will cut your head off. Bush is the leader that is protecting you.

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    oh, and bogie, sorry, i can't read the news for you.
    you didn't know there was an elected government in Somalia that could not get control because Al'Qaeda had taken over govenment offices. of course, somalia can't ask USA for help because we have no leader that we trust. it would be assumed he was playing Hitler conquering another country or just stupid again. so ethiopia went in, with a little help on the sly from US and cleaned out the bad guys. but you can't read all the news if you are just searching for things to blame on Bush.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumbles
    Bush could say how much change he has in his left pocket and congress would hold hearings to prove he is wrong. All the networks would agree, he is wrong, has always been wrong, and is either evil or stupid. No one backs him on anything. He told the truth, social security and medicare are soon broke and there is no plan how to fix it. He presented a plan. Nobody listened. Everybody thinking of new ways we can spend money that does not exist. He said, the time to confront Iraq and Iran is now, before they get nukes, not later. everybody screams he's a war criminal. there is nothing he can do or say that will be judged as right. he can't win so he's just parked there till next election. we have no leader. by our own choice. we will not back him unless some strange army is actually landing in California. but he will be gone before that. Rome never thought they would fall, either. never had understood why people will not support a government that protects them from the people that would kill them. ya think some palestians would tolerate everybody doing as they please ? you claim the jews run everything and the jews tolerate you. Islam has no tolerance. they will cut your head off. Bush is the leader that is protecting you.
    Let me spell it out for you. Iraq didn't pose a threat to America in 1991, let alone 2003. Israel would be the recipient of Iraqi acrimony, not America. However, as you may or may not be aware of, American Foreign Policy is essentially dictated by Zionist impulse. Saddam wasn't a threat in 2003 to anyone, least of all, the United States of America.

    Iran hasn't been actively engaged in a war since their conflagration with Iraq.They too, are perceived to pose a threat to Israel, not America. Nuclear weapons would only guarantee that they wouldn't be invaded and the western nations would take them serious, just as they did with North Korea.

    Israel doesn't want to adhere to the laws which other nations are compelled to follow. If Iran is successful and develops nuclear weapons, for once in its 60 year existence, Israel will have someone to hold their conduct in check.

    Do you have a problem with American soldiers dying for Israel's agenda? Because that is exactly what you are witnessing in Iraq. That is applicable in the event Iran is invaded as well.

    American taxpayer money, military equipment, secrets and for the past 4 years, American lives are sacrificed on the altar of Zionist abomination. It needs to end now.
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    Quote Originally Posted by carlbenator
    As discussed in a previous thread, this IRRATIONAL HATRED for the Jews and their RIGHT to SURVIVE is one of the many PROOFS of a God, AND a Devil.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Phinnly Slash Buster
    What these close friends see is a madman on the edge, a delusional paranoid whose brain is fried by too many years of hard drinking and probably too much cocaine up his nose.

    Compared to Bush, Richard M. Nixon appears sane and stone cold sober. Hell, history will probably cast legendary drunk Ulysses S. Grant as a President more in control of himself.

    Not only is he wrapped up in the aura of "I'm the President," but he is now determined that anyone who follows him will have to live with his legacy of lies, deceit and despair - his failed war in Iraq, his cancer on "our country's destiny."

    The fate of this nation - and indeed the fate of the world - may well depend on the deranged mind of a truly insane President of the United States.
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    I agree with every bit of your post. GW has become a tyrannical dictator
    believing that only he knows the right way and is intent on having his way
    no matter what! The most dangerous "terrists" are right here in our country.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumbles
    we don't have a dictator. when he refuses to leave office and has the opposition arrested, then we have a dictator. usually, it is the left that does this. Fidel Castro, Joseph Stalin, Hugo Chavez and Robert Mugabe come to mind. or, and the twerp in north korea. if Bush fails in foreign policy, it is because we the people will not back him no matter how right he is. it was really funny when ethiopia solved the unsolvable problem in somalia couple weeks ago. they just went in and shot at Al'Qaeda bad guys till they were either dead or running away. took a couple days. for the US to do it takes years of meetings to decide what kind of bullets the troops can use and exactly what shade of green or tan their uniforms should be. as soon as they tell the press there is a plan the screaming begins - the plan is all wrong, can't work, will upset our friends in the world and help our our enemies recruit. gulliver tied down by the lilliputians, again.
    Mumbles, I generally agree with you on most everything but not on this.
    He has lost touch with reality and is headstrong on having his way no matter
    what we want or anything else. He has become the all knowing all seeing
    one who is the ONLY one who can decide for us. On what point has he
    negotiated to aline himself with the will of the people???? When has he
    responded to the will of the people??? I see a dictator and I fear he has
    so fouled the waters that most anything can get into the office now.
    Thanks much to the wild, maddened RHINO!

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