Duck and Cover (Bush cutting and running from the truth)

What a week...on Sunday Bill Clinton put Chris Wallace, Faux News whore-caster in his place and called out Faux News as the propaganda wing of the Republican Party. This prompted Roger Ailes attempt to rebuff Clinton by accusing him of attacking all journalists for the way he handled Wallace. The only problem as I can see it with Ailes position is that Wallace isn't a journalist. Nice try Roger.

The National Intelligence Estimate (NIE) came out and what it revealed that Bush's "stay the course" stategery was nothing more than failed political propaganda. But you already knew that. (Of course, there is still a segment of society (Bush sychophants) that believe that Saddam Hussein was directly connected to 9-11.)

The Democrats held hearings on Capitol Hill this week with a few general that served in Iraq that believe Rumsfeld should resign or be fired. (Where the hell is Trump when you need him.)

On Tuesday it was pretty clear that Bush was feeling mighty uncomfortable during his press conference with Hamid Karzai on Tuesday. The last time I saw Bush squirm that much was during the first presidential debate with John Kerry. You might remember it, that was the night Rove was talking in Bush's ear feeding him answers...it prompting a few unscripted responses to unanswered questions.

And don't even get me started on the Bush administration and the Republican Party's desire to void the US government's treat obligations to the Geneva Conventions. It is most interesting that Bush is concerned about what he calls overly broad or vague language "outrage against humanity" found in the Geneva Conventions.

Remember that Bush is the same individual who speaks in overly broad and vague language as a matter of record. It was Bush that brought us "compassionate conservative," "the bigotry of low expectations," "fuzzy math," too name only a few.

Under Bush the US is becoming more and more a fascist state.

So, how hard is it to apply for Canadian citizenship?


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