Saturday, April 08, 2006


By Brandon and Advocate 1

If you want the honest to God truth we are more than just a little sick and tired living under a corrupt, sociopathic regime which needs constant watching and observing. That said, there seems to be a main theme running through the entire Bush Administration and the main theme is BEWARE. Contrary to a previous post, April 4 (Tuesday) was not the worst day of the week for the Republican Party. It now appears as if the entire week was an unmitigated disaster.

Where do we begin?

We were still trying to get our heads around the fact that the Department of Homeland Security had hired a kiddy porn addict to serve as its deputy spokesperson, when we learned the now confessed perpetrator, Brian Doyle, had been caught downloading kiddie porn at his previous position It appears that they did in fact run a background check, so why in the name of all that's holy didn't someone, anyone, bother to mentioned the tiny, inconvenient little fact that their new deputy spokesperson was a closet porn addict? What is it with this crowd? On the one hand they about morality and decency, condemn gays and lesbians, and shove a narrow interpretation of the King James Bible down our throats, but then they turn around and hire a pervert to serve at the Department of Homeland Security. Never mind the fact that the term "Homeland Security" sounds like something you'd find in a fascist or communist regime. This regime, in spite of its piety-mouthed hypocrisy, hasn't got a clue as to what decency and morality are all about. Either it is the most corrupt administration to ever tarnish the interior of the White House, or it is the most inept regime under which the American people have suffered since the Harding years--and that Administration did a fine job at combing the worst possible elements of corruption and congenital imbecility; only to be eclipsed by the absolute incompetency and moral rancidity which have become the all too disgusting trademarks of the Bush Regime.

Bush Saluting
George W. Bush being a "Good Christian."

What can we say? After the story broke we more or less suspected that Mister Doyle must have had some kind of previous experience with this sort of behavior, although Kyle had suspected that he might have actually molested some children. But after watching this administration for the last five years and some odd months we wouldn't be surprised by anything.

At the same time we were learning that the Department of Homeland Security had been staffed by sexual deviants, we also learned about the indictment of two election workers in Cuyahoga County, Ohio The charges, surprise surprise, were the improper handling of ballots during the 2004 presidential elections. Of course it all depends on how you define improper. In so far as the Demander and Thief were concerned, anything which kept him in power--legal or otherwise--would be considered proper if it bought him another four year term to continue his war against privacy, equality, and democracy in general.

In the meantime we learned that Bush himself was the source of the Valery Plame leak. Without rehashing the weeks events I would point out that this is a classic example as to what we've been talking about here for months now. There are clear and defined protocols for situations like this. If Bush didn't like those protocols he could have changed them, but he didn't. Instead, he went ahead and outed Valery Plame because Dick Cheney had been embarrassed, and then the Demander and Thief waited ten days to change the protocols for outing a CIA official. What does this tell us? It tells us that either Bush and his cronies are so forgetful and so stupid that they don't even understand their own protocols and executive directives, or it tells us that the Administration has such a low regard for any kind of rule or regulation--even the ones that it sets for itself--that it cannot be trusted to protect anything resembling a democratic value here at home.

BUSH, Nazi Salute
George W. Bush being his true self.

Bush said it himself. We just didn't know that he meant it. On at least three separate occasions he has expressed his preference for dictatorship.

1. "You don't get everything you want. A dictatorship would be a lot easier." ( Bush describing what it's like to be the Governor of Texas in the July 1998 edition of Governing Magazine.)

2. I told all four that there are going to be some times where we don't agree with each other, but that's OK. If this were a dictatorship, it would be a heck of a lot easier, just so long as I'm the dictator," . (, December 18, 2000)

3. "A dictatorship would be a heck of a lot easier, there's no question about it, " (Business Week, July 30, 2001)

Since that time he has done everything possible to undermine the Constitution. This after all was the same man who said "I don't give a goddamn...I'm the President and the Commander-in-Chief. Do it my way." And who said of the framing document, "Stop throwing the Constitution in my face. It's just a god damned piece of paper!"

As if all that weren't bad enough, we were given cause to worry about the privacy of our domestic phone calls. When Attorney General Paul Gonzalez appeared before the House Judiciary Committee on Friday, Mr. Gonzalez raised the possibility of warrantless wire taps on phone calls between Americans here in the United States, saying that he "would not rule that out."

Why are we not surprised?

Advocate 1

1 comment:

BEAST said...


Bush, Bush, Bush.

If the Bush Administration were the last bastions of morality, then Las Vegas must be an angel's abode.

Seriously, this is not the first time Bush screwed up. From the WMD fracas to incarcerating terrorist suspects without trial, to the more recent kiddo porn addicts in the highest echelons of "Homeland SEcurity" (Frankly if I were an american i shudder to think about the safety of my kids, let alone my country), Bush should be liable for impeachment at least ten times over.

But strangely, he still holds office. Millions are drained from American coffers just to feed his obsession with oil, Americans are gradually losing all their freedoms without the media betting an eye lid.

I need say no more. The truth is out there. But definitely not from bush and his half-assed cronies.