Thursday, December 15, 2005

Witless For The Persecution

Can the meme of George W. Bush as a likable, forthright, straight-shooter finally be put to rest now? Any honest Republican who still wants to persist in this retardation?

President Bush said yesterday he is confident that former House majority leader Tom DeLay (R-Tex.) is innocent of money-laundering charges, as he offered strong support for several top Republicans who have been battered by investigations or by rumors of fading clout inside the White House.

In an interview with Fox News, Bush said he hopes DeLay will be cleared of charges that he illegally steered corporate money into campaigns for the Texas legislature and will reclaim his powerful leadership position in Congress.

Well yeah, I'm sure he does want DeLay back ASAP, to continue the quest to gut Social Security and give it back to the Vanderbilts. DeLay, after all, is the Grand Moff Tarkin to Darth Cheney., I dunno, maybe Jar Jar or something equally useless.

It is highly unusual for a president to express an opinion on a pending legal case. Richard M. Nixon, for instance, was widely criticized for declaring Charles Manson "guilty, directly or indirectly" of murder while Manson's trial was ongoing.

Hey, another cheap pop culture metaphor. If DeLay is Charles Manson, then Jack Abramoff is....who, Tex Watson? Whatever. Funny how this oh-so-ethical veneer of not commenting on litigating cases goes bye-bye when it's one of Himself's butt-boys. Fine. If, after DeLay is convicted and thrown out on his lacquered ass, the Democrats do not use that little nugget as the thermonucular sound bite for midterms, I fucking give up on them. Seriously. This is too fucking much. This needs to be knocked out of the goddamned park. Stupid little pussy love letters from Chuck Schumer do not cut it; they have use tactics that cannot be ignored.

And someone should tell Scott McClellan that whatever his job is, it engenders about as much respect as a fluffer at a Tijuana donkey show. To listen to McClellan, or his numbskull boss, speak about anything these days, is to listen to an abuse of the English language. It's doesn't even have the turgid sophistication of the traditional Orwellian doublespeak -- it's merely the call-and-response palaver employed by a three-year-old two-fisting the cookie jar so hard, he can't get his hands out, yet he persists that said jar jumped right off the counter and over his grubby little wrists. Damndest thing.

In the wide-ranging interview, Bush defended the Republican Party against charges of pervasive unethical behavior after the resignation of Rep. Randy "Duke" Cunningham (R-Calif.) for taking bribes and the unfolding money-for-favors scandal centered on former GOP lobbyist Jack Abramoff.

"Well, first of all, I feel Duke Cunningham was wrong and should be punished for what he did," Bush said. "And I think that anybody who does what he did should be punished, Republican or Democrat. Secondly, the Abramoff -- I'm not, frankly, all that familiar with a lot that's going on over at Capitol Hill, but it seems like to me that he was an equal money dispenser, that he was giving money to people in both political parties."

According to campaign finance reports, Abramoff and his clients contributed money to Democrats but substantially more to Republicans.

Well fucking duh. "Contributions" and "donations" are money exchanged for access to power. There is a party in power, and there is a party not in power. Let us say that you are a "contributor", or a "donor", say, an Indian casino looking to keep out the competition. You could hire the mob, but a slug like Tom DeLay works so much cheaper. Either way, hiring someone from the Not-In-Power Party is -- ¿como se dice? -- a waste of money.

But, you know, if Bush wants to play that game, I say let's play. I can scarcely admit that there was once a time when I was a ticket-splitter, that I voted for the person rather than the party. No more. I will never ever vote for a Republican again, not even for dog catcher, until they clean these stalinist lying hypocritical cocksuckers out of their party, and beg our forgiveness for putting them there. Enough is enough. I am tired of this "words mean what we say they mean" shit, with their fucking loser figurehead. Send Fredo and his disgusting posse home, once and for all.

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