Wednesday, August 01, 2007

Unbalanced Moonbat Predicts Bush Dictatorship

I've said for a long time that the irrational hatred of George W. Bush has caused many otherwise intelligent, educated, well-spoken people to descend into madness and lunacy. Well, this article helps to prove that I'm right. I don't know how sane/rational Harvey Wasserman and Bob Fitrakis were before GWB became the President, but I would be willing to bet that his election was the inciting event that caused them to punch in at the laugh factory.

It simply must be read in its entirety, and the comments are pretty entertaining, too. I know not everyone has the time to read what looks like it should have been written with letters cut out of magazines, so I'll hit some of the high points.

  • The Bush administration will not hesitate to cancel the 2008 election in the event that Republicans are poised to lose.
  • Bush stole the 2000 election in Florida. (Repeatedly proven incorrect, but whatever)
  • Bush stole the 2004 election in Ohio.
  • The MSM is complicit in these nefarious plans, and will refuse to object when the election is canceled.
  • Republicans stole over 6% of the vote in Ohio in 2006 (Governor election), and still lost. (Why didn't we just steal more?)
  • The Supreme Court will rubber-stamp Bush's attempt to remain in power.

The long and short is that Bush will remain in power without an election and no one of consequence will complain. (Tenting fingers, using best Mr. Burns voice) Excellent.

One of my favorite parts of this article is the following: "When George W. Bush went on the record (twice) as saying he has nothing against dictatorship, as long as he can be dictator, it was a clear and present policy statement." Apparently, Bush hatred suppresses the body's natural logic centers. EVERYONE would love a dictatorship where they are the dictator. EVERYONE wants to be in charge and wants EVERYTHING run their way.

Finally, the master plan that is alluded to here would require massive amounts of evil genius in order to implement. Since, according to liberals, Bush is an idiot of the first order, I fail to see how he could have planned something to subvert 220 years of a constitutional republic. I'm no huge Bush lover (I prefer a Brazilian look), but I don't think he wants to be Stalin, either. Again, I can't suggest enough that you read the column and at least some of the comments. It's important to know how devoted the left is to laying the foundation for their eventual 2008 loss.

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Randolphus Maximus said...

I do think that Bush has made attempts to expand the power of the executive branch beyond the scope of his role mandated in the Constitution. Is it to become a dictator? Naw, I think it's the nature of being in that office.

C.M. Strapz said...

Right - agree completely that he has been very permissive in the interpretation of his duties and restrictions as the President. However, it's only to increase power while in office, not to retain the office beyond the constitutional term.