Saturday, March 31, 2007

As we listen to the worm Bush Republicans call for the in Denial worm Gonzales to step down!

It was really hard to see Bush say how much he cared about the wounded Veterans at Walter Reed knowing those guys were injured band mistreated because of him. The mess in Iraq and at Walter Reed is per his misdirection. It really hurt listening to the White House spokeswoman say how much he liked passing out the purple hearts knowing the history behind why they have them.
Then we had to listen to the chief idiot lie about his insistence on vetoing the $100-billion-plus war-spending bills that the House and Senate had approved. I first found it offensive when he joked about the $75 million in earmarks and said that was one of his prime reasons for vetoing the bill, knowing they were left over from his Republican Congress. This son of a Beehive is totally shameless. He's hiding behind our troops and just can't stop lying to get his way. I am disgusted!
We want timeliness and accountability not continuing wiseassing. He continues to stupidly blame everything on the Democrats when anyone with half a brain knows he is a screw up and responsible for the entire mess.
He said the Democrats would raise taxes by a total of nearly $400 billion over the next five years. He said it would be the largest tax increase in History. Can anyone tell me what he is talking about. He said amongst other things that it would raise your taxes $500 for every child. I doubt that but if true it will be necessary to offset his world record debt and those poor kids might as well start paying for Bush's hell now before it chokes them.
I am disgusted. If you can listen to his lying biased political rhetoric here it is. http://newsblogs.chicagotribune.com/...
Anyway I liked what retired Marine General Andy Home said. "In short, the Commander-in-Chief has failed to properly lead the troops, and previous Congresses didn't ask the tough questions, or demand accountability. The result is the mess we are in today. me, I say Amen to that!
"This week, the majority in Congress has taken the lead in providing for our troops. Supplemental spending bills passed by the House and Senate provide a much-needed change in the Presidents Iraq policy. This legislation also provides billions for our troops, giving them the proper protection and training they need to survive in Iraq, as well as funds to fix Walter Reed, provide health care to our troops and veterans, and research and heal traumatic brain injuries that many troops suffered.
I have to agree with him and our Current Congress! It is about time someone attempt to hold Bush accountable though I am afraid the lying worm, will get away with his lying Bull once again. If you want to see the General's apt comments they are also in the above link.
I want to mention a bit about Gonzo! First as you know, he said he had nothing to do with the Attorney firings. Then when he was caught lying he said he didn't choose which attorney's to fire. Knowing it is pointing to what we all knew in the first place and that is that he did and most likely with direction right from the top. We now have A. Republican congressman today urging Attorney General Alberto Gonzales to resign, citing what he said were Gonzales' contradictory statements about his role in the firing of eight federal prosecutors. It is about time and he will eventually be gone.
"I trusted him before, but I can't now," said five-term Rep. Lee Terry, whose district includes metropolitan Omaha.
As you know, Gonzales credibility took a blow this past week during testimony by his former chief of staff, Kyle Sampson, before the Senate Judiciary Committee. Sampson, who resigned March 12, said the attorney general was regularly briefed about plans to fire the prosecutors and was involved with discussions about "this process of asking certain U.S. attorneys to resign." http://www.smdailyjournal.com/...
We have put up with this two faced underhanded, lying coming right from the top much too long. It is long overdue to get rid of Bush's enabler and clamp down on Bush. His childish cutest rhetoric must be defeated. There cannot be so many believing idiots in America left for him to get away with his lying childish games!

James Joiner
Gardner, Ma
www.anaveragepatriot.com

2 comments:

LittleBill said...

If Bush really cared about others more than he does about himself, he would allow the press to photograph him entering the hospital and then ask that the cameras pan away from him and show only the patients and their caregivers, rather than a photo op for him. I notice that he did not go to the quarters where those with severe brain and psychological injuries were housed. They are the ones with the least hope.

an average patriot said...

All right little bill!
You're entirely right of course. I am very insulted at the obvious disingenuous nature of the chief idiot. This whole mass with walter Reed is Bush's doing from beginning to end.