This isn't funny either. Bush is painting newly elected Democrats as sick people who keep their loved ones in Iraq. Meanwhile he is killing and maiming them in Iraq.<br><br>I've totally lost my sense of humor about Bush and company.<br><br>(Not complaining that you showed it as it needs to be shown but not as humor.)<br><br><br><br><br>
<blockquote><font size=1>In reply to:</font><hr><p>This isn't funny either.<p><hr></blockquote><p>Of course it's not, but we knew exactly what to expect when the Congress flipped leadership. This administration and it's media noise machine is wasting little time to shift accountability and blame to the Democrats for the tragic mess in Iraq, Veteran's care, the strength and readiness of the military, budget shortfalls, and of course the disgraceful decline of our stature in foreign affairs. Their actions and words are that the Democrats are the enemy, that any opposition to Bush's runaway trainwreck is nothing short of treason. Something's going to snap really soon in this country. Bush's twisted message to the troops is that the Democrats are willing to kill them, Cheney's message to the nation today is that the Democratic leadership are on par with Stalin. The media noise machine - from Drudge/Limbaugh/Fox - so easily creates the fake outrage based on lies and more lies. Yes, they're outraged that a handful of DC college students protested Karl Rove! or Nancy Pelosi needs a larger plane or she wears a scarf when visiting a mosque! Take a look how these stories enrage the many followers of the popular FreeRepublic.com, look for any thread on Pelosi and within a dozen posts there'll be a threat. Read through any post on Gore or Edwards, there will be a threat. Like I said, something's going to snap really soon in this country, and I think it's the irresponsible rhetoric of this administration that's going to do it, trying to cover their own asses, shifting accountability to their political opposition and hanging on to as much power as they can. And silly little things like the Constitution or the rule of law aren't things that seem carry much weight when the Decider has lost his moral compass to such a degree that he would actually blame others for the outcome he has created in Iraq ... not to mention here at home.<br><br>So when the media blowhards look at their own numbers that indicate that their Decider is more of a fool than Britany Spears they can't say it, they don't even recognize it in front of their noses. Not until Drudge writes his own invented headline that Pelosi or Gore topped the poll, then certainly they'd be blabbing that on and on.<br><br>
<br>The best humor has always been at someone else's expense. Watching Fox news or George Bush is starting to cross the line into an area of humor which is at the expense of every thinking person on the planet.<br><br><br>Wow, I checked out freerepublic. Something really is going to snap soon now that I know where they chat and breed. I've always thought "know the enemy" was good policy and sometimes good for a laugh but I don't think it's healthy to read too much of that. I would get way to grumpy.<br><br><br>
<br>See? That was ALWAYS the danger.<br><br>I had long since ceased to see anything funny about what they were doing.<br>That's why I was posting links to Halliburten Concentration Camps and <br>mobile microwave units used for crowd control, along with links to <br>the so-called Patriot Act & the Defense Authorization Act of 2007.<br><br>[color:white].</font color=white><br>
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I would hate to think of the Reagan era wistfully but I am either having memory loss or the Bush era is ten times more spiteful. At least with Reagan his agenda did not appear to begin and end with paving the road with the bodies of liberals. Bush/Rove Cheney make no bones about it. I guess that is what you mean. <br><br><br><br><br><br><br>
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