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Tuesday, May 30, 2006

Behold a Pale Horse...

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"This is only the beginning. The message has spread from Damascus to Tehran that the future belongs to freedom, and we will not rest until the promise of liberty reaches every people in every nation."

George W. Bush
May 27, 2006

4 Comments:

  • At 5:56 PM, Blogger Robert said…

    I was going to title it "Behold a Pale Horse's Ass" but it wasn't as dramatic.

     
  • At 6:33 PM, Anonymous ML said…

    Now we just have to wait for the message to spread from Damascus and Tehran back to the U.S., so Americans can reclaim their freedom and liberty from BuchCo.

     
  • At 12:30 AM, Anonymous Nemo said…

    Great "speech", for what it's worth [nothing] -- for a totally DELUSIONAL "Crusader", that is!, But as the "granny" in the Wendy's commercial used to ask, "Where's the BEEF???" (Where's the actual "LIBERTY"?) ==== Of course, I'm probably just misreading that intentionally duplicitous BUllSHit. After all, It's only the utterly insincere PROMISE of "liberty" that our addle-brained Fuehrer is attempting to promote, and that merely so his tanks can more easily roll over any remaining resistance. ==== On the other hand, I rather like ML's take on this one, at least as it pertains to those who aren't already "ahead of the curve" in this country. Time to wake up and smell the coffee, "peasants"!

     
  • At 1:03 AM, Blogger Again said…

    "Democracy, after all, is all about having options." Riverbend tells us, what George W. Bush's words are worth for

    she talks about the new SS - really, the story she tells (Viva Muqtada...)is exactly the same as the black SS-man visiting a Jewish store, telling the people, how to decorate a store in a "true-blue-fatherland-loving" way...

    George W. Bush

    the name will be not forgotten (at least as long as western civilization survives)...

    George W. Bush - synonym for murderer of democracy

    Muqtada. It’s amusing- they look nothing alike- yet he reminds me so much of Bush. He can barely string two sentences together properly and yet, millions of people consider his word law...
    Women weren’t allowed in the marketplace and shop owners were complaining that their businesses were suffering. Welcome to the new Iraq...
    From a country that once celebrated sports- football (soccer) especially- to a country that worries if the male football players are wearing long enough shorts or whether all sports fans will face eternal damnation… That’s what we’ve become."


    From democratic, open-minded, hopeful and caring-for-the-own-children people to the oldfashioned, better-look-the-other-way future-can't-be-changed-anyway fascist-tolerating sort of living beings...

    that's what we've become?

    Yes, Nemo, the world would be much better, if it would belong to the Nobodies, if there wouldn't be names like Bush, Muqtada or Ahmadinejad - they will never understand or promote "freedom" because freedom only means to reduce their power

     

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