Monday, May 21, 2007

Who's Afraid of Big Bad GW?

Why is everyone so damn afraid of criticizing GW Bush? He is, in my opinion, a war criminal and a hypocritical, alcoholic idiot who has singlehandedly maimed the reputation of the US forever. He has led the country into an un-winnable war, lied about it, alienated everyone, worked tirelessly against the poor and gays and lesbians, reversed civil rights, stole two elections, made a sham of the Justice Department and allows his friends in big oil and industry to run rampant. He is a disaster, one of the worst, if not the worst Presidents ever.

Jimmy Carter, Nobel Prize winner, said so. In an interview in Arkansas he stated: "I think as far as the adverse impact on the nation around the world, this administration has been the worst in history." I would agree, so would many others.

But now it seems that Carter is backtracking, saying he was misunderstood. From what I saw, he was really quite clear. What happened, was he threatened by the Bushies? Did he want to be cordial and diplomatic to a fellow President? Bush wasn't. His minions dismissed Carter after the remarks as "increasingly irrelevant."

In response, Carter, the 2002 Nobel Peace Prize winner, said: "Well, I don't claim to have any relevancy. I have a completely unofficial capacity. The only thing I lead is the Carter Center."

What is relevant is that Bush has wounded and weakened America. And the opposition is too damn timid to care.

We'll be paying for this mess a loooooooong time.


Anonymous said...

Yea, I was surprised to see Carter so quickly take back his honest remarks on Bush. I get the feeling that a lot of corporate historians have already written their biographies and eulogies of Bush, and all their clocks stopped after 9/11.

One person not afriad of Bush is Harry Reid, who will call a quick pro forma session of congress every 10 days to keep Bush from making recess appointments for the next 17 months.

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