Posts Tagged george bush
Rocky will accept the nomination of the Justice Party for U.S. President at the Olpin Theater on the U of U campus today at 1:00pm. (Google Map)
Come see the Justice Party born here in your own back yard. Someday you’ll be able to say you were there.
If you can’t make it (on such short notice), please show some love with small donation.
Olpin Theatre (Google Map)
Oplin Union Building
200 South Central Campus Drive
SLC, Utah 84112
Thanks to George Bush, we all know more about Arab culture than we ever wanted.
As my Iranian neighbor reminded me, hitting someone with your shoe is the gravest insult one can give and thus wholly appropriate for Bush.
This Iraqi speaks for most Americans, Arabs AND Muslims alike. Heck most of the world hates this guy. It would not be unreasonable to suggest Bush is more hated than Hitler. After all, Hitler still has many loyal followers not only among neo-cons and radical republicans, but within the Bush family.
Of Ten Republicans Who Need to Go Away“, Ben Cohen saved Bush for last.
I want to thank each and every idiot who voted for this asshole as well as all the assholes who don’t vote but supported him for five seconds. You know who you are.
I’ve saved the best for last. The ‘Decider’ will go down as the worst President in the history of the United States, and as Chris Rock put it “Bush is not just the worst ever president of the USA, he’s the worst ever president, period. Of anything.” It’s hard to top the hyperbole commentators have used in describing just how bad Bush really was, because there aren’t really words to do it justice. Bush has presided over monumental fuck up after monumental fuck up, groping his way through the president with the finesse of a 800lb gorilla. I tried to come up with a list of accomplishments he has achieved, and came up with the following:
1. He has increased financial support to Africa to alleviate AIDs and poverty.
Uh, that’s it.
He has presided over two disastrous wars, an increase in poverty at home, an increase in wealth inequality, an increase in the number of people without health care, a crisis in public education, the break down of national infrastructure, the literal drowning of a city, the use of torture as official policy, the biggest financial crisis in 80 years, and the irreversible decline of America’s prestige abroad. Here is something to think about. Every ex President (aside from Ronald Reagan who had alzheimers) has a role to play in public life after office. They give advice, do lecture tours, write books, sit on boards of huge companies and head non-profit organizations. How many people do you think will be itching to receive advice from W? How many companies would have him on their board? Who would buy his autobiography? Who would pay to hear him speak? No one. And that pretty much sums it up.