Wednesday, December 22, 2004

 

They broke it, but we bought it

If I can't have TBogg's babies, can I at least have his basset hound's puppies?
Buyers remorse

Looks like Red Mandate America is having second thoughts about that November purchase:
Seven weeks since his reelection victory over Democrat John F. Kerry and four weeks before his second inauguration, the poll suggests Bush is in a paradoxical situation -- a triumphant president who remains acutely vulnerable in public opinion on a national security issue that is dominating headlines and could shadow his second term.
Even if he is "acutely vulnerable in public opinion", so what? He's got the job and he doesn't give a shit what anyone thinks. He never has. Despite the looting of the treasury, the most imcompetent Cabinet ever, and being neck-deep in a $150 billion quagmire, America tossed the car keys to the drunken fratboy for four more years and he's not giving them back until he's taken his all his pals for a power binge joyride and if he leaves a few thousand more dead servicemen in his wake, fuck'em, they should have been born rich and unaccountable.

America still has the receipt but they failed to read the fine print on the back where it says:

No refunds. No exchanges. Sucker.
Except they're not the suckers, since most of Bush's Koolaid drinking enablers will almost certainly find someone else - anyone else - Bill Clinton, for choice, but Hillary Clinton or even DeWitt Clinton, if necessary - to blame all of Bush's fuckups on.
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