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Sharpening our wits on the grindstone of Life

Thursday, August 30, 2007

Don't Let the Door Hit Ya

Where the Good Lord Split Ya...

This week we say goodbye to two more rats who are abandoning the U.S.S. Dubya as it slowly sinks toward Davey Jones’ locker. Both of these bozos have been with Bush since his days as governor of Texas, and both have used their arrogance and positions in power to strip the rights and liberties of American citizens. Now that dubya’s chief of staff, Josh Bolton, has announced that anyone who stays with this administration after Labor Day will have to see it through to the end, these may not even be the last two to bail out.

Congress has been trying to get Alberto Gonzales to resign for the past several months. He has stonewalled them during the congressional hearings on the firing of U.S. Attorneys, saying “I don’t recall” more often than he answered any questions. One intrepid attendee at the hearings made quite a splash by counting and displaying the times he uttered the phrase – and this was just on the first day of the hearings.

Gonzales, also known by Bush’s nickname for him, Fredo, is most noted for his support of using torture to extract information from those the administration has deemed possible terrorist sympathizers.

The other partner in crime who’s jumping ship is Karl Rove, orchestrator of all of dubya’s escapades including the run for governor of Texas and two terms as president of these United States. No small feat, that, considering Bush is a complete idiot.

Rove was responsible for the trashing of Vietnam war veteran and former POW John McCain and managed to paint Bush as more of a patriot by avoiding combat in the National Guard. Unfortunately, he also predicted a permanent Republican majority, and we all know how well that worked out.

So let’s give these guys a big buh-bye, and look forward to even more desertions in the coming months.


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