« on: October 15, 2006, 08:01:36 PM »
It doesn't look like he's "hiding" behind it ..
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George W. Bush possibly letting the "queers" know just what he thinks of their vote.
A response to the prejudice?
If you look at all the facts, it's hard to argue that In 2000, George W. Bush stole the election. After messing up the United States of America more than any President in U.S. history, he managed to "win" another election in 2004. How could he pull this off? In large part, it was due to
Joseph GoebbelsKarl Rove putting some bull "Defense of Marriage" act on ballots in key battleground states in retarded places like the loony South and hyper-reactive Midwest. Those homophobes feared that they may turn gay, if they had the chance, and didn't want any "fag" to get themselves all tempted like. They'd literally rather have young men die in a war for Enron and Halliburton than they would be seduced by the almighty scent of the flowery homosexual anus.
So the Christian hypocrites came out in number to vote against homosexuals having equal rights; much like their parents came out decades earlier to vote against allowing African-Americans from sitting in the front of a bus or drinking out of a water fountain that an Aryan may sit in or sip from. Did that win our incompetent nincompoop of a President a second term? It didn't hurt the smug SOB. But potentially rigged electronic voting machines more than likely finalized his icky victory. Republicans have played on people's prejudice for decades, and Bush wasn't about to stop before "winning" his second term.
Racism toward "negroes" is grossly out of style, so where could he go? Why the homosexuals, of course. He could attack them. He could claim they were trying to take away the rights of God-fearing heterosexuals. Although over 80% of heterosexuals surveyed admit to having had anal sex at least once in their life; Bush, by using blatant bigotry, could stop "moralistic" folk from sticking their privates in the "exit" area of a member of the same sex, all by voting for him. Closet gays got paranoid and they came out (no pun intended) and voted against anything and everything that would truly be "fair and balanced." These people were scared that homosexuals would be able to be married, happy and normal. If they could be normal, what would be next? Extra-Terrestrials? Could E.T. journey back to earth and marry Drew Barrymore? God forbid, could he come back and enter into a civil union with Elliot?
This was some scary stuff for the slow of mind to comprehend. Their collective IQ of 48 went into an inbred tizzy. These people went out and voted hard. So George W. Bush is now our President, once again. No, not legally, but he's there, and he's spying on our phone calls. He's allegedly allowing his fellow Americans to be tortured. The bastard's doing a hell of a lot, and he's doing it under the name of Jesus Christ (his favorite philosopher). If anyone -- and I do mean anyone -- is rolling in his proverbial grave over Bush's behavior, it is Christ our Savior. The very man that asked us all to turn the other cheek, and to forgive. But Bush doesn't care what Christ taught. Bush cares about winning. Bush cares about making his daddy proud. Bush wants to know just what it feels like to be a Dictator. After watching Brokeback Mountain, I wonder if director Ang Lee wanted to give Bush the finger in the same way Georgie did to America in the picture at the top of this review. Even if it is in a "subliminable" fashion.
JON STEWART, THE DAILY SHOW: President Bush was overseas, in Germany, as events unfolded here is his press conference Chancellor Angela Merkel, in Germany, where he wasted no time addressing the many troubling developments.
BUSH: I'm looking forward to feast you're going to have tonight. I understand I may have the honor of slicing the pig.
STEWART: I am just going to assume that is some kind of euphemism for solving the Middle East crisis.
BUSH: And I guess that is about all — we have discussed a lot of things in other words. And thank you for having me, looking forward to that pig tonight.
UNIDENTIFIED MALE: Does it concern you that the Beirut airport has been bombed? And do you see a risk of truly a wider war? And on Iran, they have so far refused to respond. Is it now past the deadline? Do they still have more time to respond?
BUSH: I thought you were going to ask about the pig.
(END VIDEO CLIP)