Mark Foley’s explicit e-mails could bring down the GOP.
Um…. Right. Is this a liberal publication? hmmmm..
I understand that there is a bad bad man who was in a position of power and authority in Washington who tried to seduce young men for his sexual pleasure. What blows my mind is how people try to draw lines to President Bush and the Republican Party as a whole. Does this make sense?
Newsweek: Yes. All republicans, including the president, are gay pedophiles who should be kicked out of their positions and we hate them and all liberals are right all the time and you guys smell bad and I’m on base and there’s no tagbacks. Nyah.
I made a comic about this scandal. I’m calling it “The Quick Brown Fox,” for lack of a lazy dog. It goes like this:
And it’s Bush’s fault that North Korea has conducted a nuclear test.
Probably the spinach thing too.
He probably also flew that plane into that building in new york earlier today.
Admittedly, Bush has only something like a 30% approval rating. This is because everybody hates him and thinks that the job he IS supposed to do is not being done, and only 30% of americans are nice enough to say “Well, he does stink, but I don’t know that I could do much better in the situation.”
But we can’t deny the man seems to be an idiot. Like the rest of America, only about 30% of me is still supportive of the man, and it’s mostly just hair and gristle. I was all for him back before the war in Iraq. And then less and less so as time goes on.
Having said clearly that I’m not a fan of Bush at this point, I would like to point out that it’s absurd to blame the man for anything that he didn’t do. Tens of thousands dead in Iraq? Curse him. Hate him for the war? Fine. Feel like he’s not got the right focus? Okay. But blame him and other members of his party for things he had nothing to do with? You’re just as stupid as a Texas Governor in the white house.