Friday, November 28, 2008

Giving Thanks, but No Thanks to...

To Our Creator:

Thanks, But No Thanks for:

Sarah Palin Racism Torture NRA Ann Coulter Michelle Malkin Bill O'Reilly
Sean Hannity Rod Parsley Fox News Michele Bachmann Christofascists Proposition 8 Big Oil Mormon Money FRC James Dobson Dick Cheney Wall Street

... and G. W. B**H

Is There A Back Door To The White House B**h Can Slither Out Of On January 20?

"Frankly, I'm not going to miss the limelight all that much," Bush said in an intimate family conversation with his sister, Doro Bush Koch, about how he'll feel when he leaves the White House to make way for Barack Obama on Jan. 20."

You've got to hand it to B**h, he's consistent: he's lying right to the (very) bitter end. This guy has Limelighticytist. He needs to be in the spotlight, or he'll shrivel up in the shadows.

Of course, he may get the kind of limelight he thought would never happen: the kind begotten by war criminals.

From Wikipedia:

Polls in 2007 have shown public support ranging between 39% and 45% in favor of impeaching Bush, and between 46% and 55% opposed. The House of Representatives Judiciary Committee has not considered the impeachment of President Bush, and the House of Representatives has taken no action to do so. The Democratic Party leadership has indicated that they have no intention of resolving to impeach him.
Noted author and attorney, Vincent Bugliosi, in his latest book, The Prosecution of George W. Bush for Murder, accuses Bush of going to war illegally. He has a good case. But the most sustainable case is to bring up Bush on agreeing to torture against the terms of the Geneva Convention.

Writing the forward to a Physicians for Human Rights study of 11 former detainees who were apparently tortured by US military personnel and later released, Army Maj. General Antonio Taguba (Ret.) writes that
"there is no longer any doubt as to whether the current administration has committed war crimes. The only question that remains to be answered is whether those who ordered the use of torture will be held to account."

There is no doubt that B**h knows he may be subject to indictments for war crimes. That's why his family purchased 100,000 acres in Paraguay - a country with no extradition treaties.

Conspiracy Theory! Conspiracy Theory! Yes, theories like these are entertaining, but should they always be discounted? Fact: Rev. Sun Yun Moon owns an adjoining property. Fact: Jenna B**h visited the B**h estate for some mysterious reason. And more recently, Neil - the ne'er-do-well - B**h brother visited the good Rev. Moon in Paraguay.

Thing is: when B**h sneaks out of the White House on Jan. 20th, will anyone notice?

Will anyone even care?

Just a thought.