Thursday, January 04, 2007

Please Don't Kill Me!

Those infamous words smirked by the Torturer in Chief re: convicted murderer, Karla Faye Tucker as she pleaded with him for her life illustrate his cruel and contemptuous attitude towards death/life. Her born-again status cut no ice with the pretender. He enjoyed having her killed. If only she'd been a fetus.
George W. Bush is a sociopath. Justin A. Frank, M.D., Author of "Bush on the Couch" Gets to the Heart of the Matter: We Have a Sociopath as President-via Buzzflash.

Saddam was a bad man. That's true. The Bush family knew him well, they were pals until Bush Sr. and Baker double crossed Hussein. Saddam had to die from the Bushco perspective. He knew too much. Dead men tell no tales.

The Saddam hanging is all over the internet. What a truly disgusting scenario. The whole world is revolted. But not uncurious George who allegedly hasn't seen the's not his "focus".Official Statement

Creating a martyr

"Bringing Saddam Hussein to justice will not end the violence in Iraq," Mr. Bush said in a statement. "But it is an important milestone on Iraq's course to becoming a democracy."

No, it will increase the violence. Lieboy will be responsible for more deaths. And he won't care or listen. Everything he does takes us deeper into the abyss.

Instead of instant martyrdom, life in prison could have yielded important information about Saddam's CIA connections over the past 40 years. From a U.S. standpoint it would have been better to keep him alive. But not for the Bushes. They're ruthless, so he's dead. The Bush Crime Family excels at evidence destruction. Witnesses are expensive liabilities. With a joke a flag and a photo op Bush insults us every time he opens his lying yap. Anybody with access to Google can find the truth if they want...anything less is willful ignorance. "He's the worst president ever"-Helen Thomas.

Succinct Saddam biographical flash here.
Saddam Hussein Now Elevated to "Martyr" Status. full page version

Meanwhile, back at the ranch...lookin' bizzy but not decisional.



Anonymous goober said...

I started to watch the hangin' and got about 10 seconds into it. I couldn't take it. It's not the death, it's the clumsy and depraved effort to shut their henchman's yap.

Rush to judgement, indeed.

Is it so wrong to feel so compelled to vomit?

3:05 AM  
Blogger Panda said...

It's what civil war looks like, masked men conducting a hanging out in the barn. How do you like your freedom and democracy style justice, Iraq?
And the thug is about to make it worse.

3:36 PM  

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