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18 August 2006

Pundophallacy

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1 Comments:

Anonymous opit said...

Wow. George, for all his faults - a shitload - has used the magician's trick to wonderful effect.
Get it through your brain that there is another perfectly plausible motive for Iraq if you don't give a shit about other human beings : if, in fact, getting them to harm each other is good fun akin to stirring up ants to a rousing boil.
Bread and circuses. The action is taking place outside the country where the enslaved population is reasonably safe from direct reprisal. For those silly enough to go into a shooting gallery voluntarily - natural selection strenghtens the breed.
Meanwhile, back in Amerika, every impediment to Presidential omnipotence is crushed under the false representation of serving the very national security that is being destroyed. Black humour, that.
I'd apologize for the rudeness but you have no idea how p.o.'d one gets listening to all the analysis of a sham and distraction - albeit on a scale that promises to grow into an international "Sheridan's March".
No impeachment. The U.S. can survive two more years of Bush.
Tell me another. I'm unconvinced the U.S. can survive the way things are.

12/17/2006 9:41 AM  

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