|October 30, 2004||EDITORIAL ARCHIVES|
GOP Hypocrite of the Week: George W. Bush
A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL
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Welcome back to the BuzzFlash.com GOP Hypocrite of the Week.
To adapt a quotation from Mark Twain, whenever we think of Bush, we are reminded that "a lie goes around the world, while the truth is still putting on its pants."
And what a windfall four years it has been for lying and hypocrisy since the Bush Cartel stole the White House in December of 2000!
It's exhausting just keeping up with the deception that comes out of these radical creeps. It's like a broom sweeper at a circus trying to sweep up the excrement as an elephant parades down the street. It just never stops dropping down on you, does it?
This week, the White House came up with multiple lies to try to explain away 380 tons of high-tech explosives that went missing under their watch in Iraq. Like most goof-ups in the Bush White House, this one is so spectacular it defies common sense.
After all, aren't our soldiers dying in Iraq to prevent the spread of weapons to terrorists? It's almost as though the Bush Cartel wanted the bad guys to get the explosives. More terrorism means Bush can argue that he's the tough guy to ground the terrorists into dust, while he lets them run off with enough explosives to kill a hundred million people or so.
So after a couple of days of not commenting on the high-powered explosive theft that occurred right under Bush's nose, the White House offered multiple conflicting alibis, none of them true. They claimed the Russians stole it. They had Rudolph "Philanderer" Giuliani blame it on our troops. How cowardly is that -- Bush blaming our GIs for his own incompetence? They said Saddam had removed them before they arrived.
All of these feverish attempts by Bush to avoid responsibility, because Bush never accepts responsibility for anything that goes wrong, were, alas, contradicted by a videotaped news report or two that showed the high explosives in place in the bunkers after the U.S. invasion. Bush weapons investigator David Kay confirmed their presence in an interview on CNN.
So, in the final days of the election campaign, it is only pathetically fitting that Bush, who claims to be our "terrrr" savior, is once again outed as a threat to our national security.
It is sad for America that half our nation has drunk the Kool-Aid and will vote for a man who has, through daily deceit, brought this nation to the precipice of economic and military disaster. Daffy Duck could improve our national security more than George W. Bush.
In fact, Bush is such a mendacious, bungling lunkhead, he is a terrorist's wet dream for president.
George is our BuzzFlash hypocrite of the week all right. In fact, he's our hypocrite of this young century. Let's hope John Kerry is elected this coming week, because, otherwise, we may not survive the remaining 96 years.
Bush may be thrilled to precipitate Armageddon, but we'll vote for a safer world for ourselves, our families and America.
We'll vote for the honest man running for President. Sorry, George, we're just tired of sweeping up your elephant dung.
Until November 2nd, just remember our motto at BuzzFlash.com: So many Republican hypocrites, so little time.
A BUZZFLASH EDITORIAL