clowns

I haven’t written much about the bush administration since it has started to fall apart. This whole administration is like a cadre of circus clowns performing their stunts in the center ring. But what makes them different from genuine circus clowns is that the bush caboodle leaves death and ruin in its wake.

I haven’t written much about the bush administration since it has started to fall apart. This whole administration is like a cadre of circus clowns performing their stunts in the center ring. But what makes them different from genuine circus clowns is that the bush caboodle leaves death and ruin in its wake.

Frank Rich has a clear and precise summary of not only this administration’s unraveling, but also the break down of the clowns’ “make up” artists.

At Fox News Bill O’Reilly is trashing Donald Rumsfeld for his incompetence, and Ann Coulter is chiding Mr. O’Reilly for being a defeatist. In an emblematic gesture akin to waving a white flag, Robert Novak walked off a CNN set and possibly out of a job rather than answer questions about his role in smearing the man who helped expose the administration’s prewar inflation of Saddam W.M.D.’s. (On this sinking ship, it’s hard to know which rat to root for.)

Looks like Michael Moore, along with at least half the nation was right about these clowns.

9 thoughts on “clowns”

  1. I think more than half of the voters were probably right, but the outcome was rigged – Bush had little political capital to start with and now he’s bankrupt. Good post.

  2. waaa waaa waaa! The elections didn’t go your way so they must have been stolen. get over it and move forward. Maybe the first one was murky since Florida created a ballot that was hard for democrats to understand. but the second election result was quite clear! And Michael Moore is a greedy fat ass.

  3. I guess I was being too narrow by limiting the label, “clowns”, to the bush administration. Apparently some of his followers are also part of this deadly circus.

  4. It would seem that you and Mary believe that if someone does not agree with you that they lack inteligence or are clowns. America is a country where everyone has the right to have and express different opinions. Before Iraq was freed do you think the people there had ANY freedom. Have either of you ever been to Iraq? Have either of you served in the military in a war? I have done both and the people there are better off without the dictator.

  5. the people there are better off without the dictator.

    If you say so,…

    but I thought the US went into Iraq because of WMD, oh,… I mean WMD programs, maybe it was because the Iraq people had too much electricity (and oil). But wait. Perhaps we’ll have a more up to date reason before the next election.

  6. I think when you start your comment with waaaa, that is surely a sign that you are not capable of reasonable dialoge. As for the people over there being better off without a dictator – prove it.

  7. Instead of having anyone else try and prove it to you why don’t you go there. Learn to obtain your own information and then process it. Don’t just listen and regurgitate someone’s else’s view (especially the media that very seldom reports about the good that is going on there). When I was on duty in Iraq the majority of the people were very happy to see us. We would play soccer with the kids, give medical attention as needed, help them build infrastructure. The people of Iraq have lived in fear and poor conditions for many years especially since the Iraq/Iran war. As for the waaa I am simply tired of people crying about the “lost” election. It is history now. Nothing can be done about it. You should be concentrating on what your party can do to regain the White House.

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