July 8, 2007

Incompetent? Fervently believe in way-out ideology? Willing to have thousands die because of your misguided beliefs? Then we've got the spot for you.

If you're incompetent, been languishing on the fringes of serious thought for a long time, not really good at much except churning out twisted, convoluted intellectual cases in support of policies that will result in the death of thousands and unspeakable horror, the Bush company wants you. Sure, your crack-pot ideas will make a lot of people vastly rich, and of course you expect to be set for life for your trouble.

Well, not to worry. In Bushworld, cronyism is the name of the gang, and no one goes unrewarded for their service in enriching the rich over the dead bodies of the poor.

Here, failure and incompetence on a massive and deadly scale is not punished, but richly rewarded. After all, gotta keep you happy and filthy rich or else you might get the silly idea to actually spill the beans.

Being a Bushie means never having to say you're sorry.

Take a stroll down memory lane and find out what the primary architects, leaders, and cheerleaders for the deadly fiasco in Iraq have been up to.

Where are they now?


At 7/08/2007 9:44 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

The govenor of illinois is about to be impeached and this is all you have to talk about? PATHETIC! Really, really, really pathetic~!

At 7/08/2007 7:54 PM, Blogger nicodemus said...

Blah-blah-blah. I am still waiting for an explanation as to why Pelosi and your precious Democrats have not pursued impeachment. If Bush is such a corrupt disaster, I should think it would be a no-brainer to impeach Bush. But you know what? Pelosi took that off the table and it ain't gonna happen. You followed the Democrats to the tunnel of love and now here you are still waving your fist in the air. Tell me, why no impeachment?

Okay, you've got Dennis Kucinich. How many votes besides him? Count them on both hands.

Liberals swoon over Obama - just mention his name and they act as if the ALMIGHTY has returned. I don't know why. But when it comes to impeachment, Obama's backbone is missing in action. Obama has gone on record as being against impeachment. He says that is only for "grave circumstances". (I guess they were grave enough in 1998 but not now!) What about your precious House member Phil Hare? Looks like he is about as much in favor of impeachment as he is the exercise bike.

A couple weeks ago I ran into a bunch of protestors, whose signs said "IMPEACH BUSH and the whole administration" I asked one of them, "You have a Democratic Congress- Why hasn't impeachment happened yet?" He didn't have an answer for that. I asked them "Who is your House member?" He couldn't tell me, he had to ask one of the others. So much for being well informed!

At 7/08/2007 11:23 PM, Blogger Scott said...

The saddest one on that list is Powell. He is a truelly patriotic American. He only wished to serve his country, and he made the terrible decision of serving this President. I hope he can return to public life and right his wrongs.

At 7/10/2007 1:04 AM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

Years of experience has proven that any discussions of Illinois politics attracts the most moronic, childish, absolutely idiotic responses imaginable.

I try to avoid it if at all possible as the level of literally crazy attempts to lie and distort things makes my head hurt. I don't need it, and neither does anyone else.

At 7/12/2007 10:39 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Dope, we all are very clear on your politics, but canyou agree that some good has come out of the Iraq front?

Anything? Or are you going to just be critical to the Nth degree?

At 7/19/2007 6:26 PM, Blogger The Inside Dope said...

I'm sorry, but it's NOT my politics that shapes my views of the Iraq mess. It's simply facts and common sense.

And no, I see NO good having come from this so-called "war" that the negatives haven't far out-paced.

If I were some corporate defence contractor or politically connected millionaire who set up a phoney company just to cash in on the bloodshed, yeah, I might see things a little brighter. But that's not the case.

I'm sure you have a list of great strides and accomplishments from the invasion that you could recite. But I doubt that many of them would either be true or verified, nor would they begin to justify the slaughter and literally hundreds of billions of tax dollars spent so far.


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