Friday, May 22, 2009

A Comedy of Terrors

Hope vs. Fear: President Obama vs. Dick Cheney, the true face of the GOP.
Dick at AEI...home turf amongst his fellow un-American friends.
Chiding President Obama for cutting into his time, how droll. Networks complied.
Spin Cheney On Tour


Fixed. Rigged, Propagandized. Given a medal by Shrub.
Torture Memo-Tenet Liar



Come on now, hit the DINOs hard. They might as well be GOPers. 90-6 not to fund closing Guantanamo? Whose lobbying money pays for this bullshit? Upgrade Alcatraz. It's perfect. Montana WANTS 'em. Not one inmate has escaped from a maximum security prison. Money? Costs more to house them at Guantanamo than here. NIMBY their chickenshit ASSES!

Bush feels liberated. Free. Hopefully not for long.
Bush Reception



"It's 'liberating' to be out of office!"
Fri May 22, 9:41 am ET

ARTESIA, N.M. – It was a humbling moment for the former commander in chief: President George W. Bush was walking former first dog Barney in his new Dallas neighborhood when it stopped in a neighbor's yard for relief.

"And there I was, former president of the United States of America, with a plastic bag on my hand," he told a group of graduating high school students in New Mexico on Thursday. "Life is returning back to normal."

Bush, in one of his few public appearances since leaving office in January, told the students that leaving office lifted a heavy burden.

"I no longer feel that great sense of responsibility that I had when I was in the Oval Office. And frankly, it's a liberating feeling," he told seniors from Artesia High School.

He received a warm welcome in the southeastern New Mexico community, the Roswell Daily Record reported. Bush declined interviews and no video cameras were allowed inside.

The crowd gave him multiple standing ovations and after his speech he was presented with a sculpture of an eagle taking flight from a torch. The sculpture will be dedicated at City Hall on Memorial Day in honor of Bush and America's veterans.

Bush invoked an Iraq veteran's story to motivate the students to continue their educations. He described visiting Army Staff Sgt. Christian Bagge, a soldier from Oregon who lost both legs in combat.

When he visited Bagge at Brooke Army Medical Center in San Antonio, Bush told him that someday Bagge would get out of his bed and run.

Then, one day, an aide went into Bush's office and said Bagge was waiting on the South Lawn and wanted to go running with the president.

If Bagge could do that, Bush told the students: "You can go to college."
Bush said he hoped President Barack Obama's administration would be successful. He also said he was writing a book about some of the difficult decisions he made while in office.
Information from: Roswell Daily Record, http://www.roswell-record.com


I remember a few photo ops staged jogging at the White House with troops who helped give Georgie a war hero veneer. I hope Army Staff Sgt. Christian Bagge is getting all that he needs. "Life is returning back to normal" might be true for the affluent Mr. Bush. I doubt the returning vets have it quite so nice.
Kick the Chickenhawk

BUSH Liberated in Poopville

Enthusiastic high school students. Hmmm....wonder where they dug them up?

Why Artesia?
Located in Artesia

The prinicpal enconomic activities which support Artesia are the oil and gas industry, agriculture and dairy.

Artesia is home to the former Abo Elementary School, identified by One Nation Underground (ISBN 0-8147-7522-5) as the first and most likely only public school which is entirely underground and equipped to function as a fallout shelter. The school, completed in 1962 (the year of the Cuban Missile Crisis), had a concrete slab roof which served as the school's playground. It contained a large storage facility with room for supplies for 2000 people in the event of nuclear warfare. The building was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in 1999 and is located at 1802 W Centre Ave.
The city has one of the few residential training sites of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC), mostly for United States Border Patrol Agents. The center is located on the former campus of the College of Artesia, which operated from 1966 to 1971.
Artesia has a high-voltage direct current back-to-back station which connects the eastern and western electric grids in Eddy County. This tie, built by General Electric in 1983, can transfer a maximum power of 200 megawatts. The used voltage is 82 kV.

Writing a book? He meant Barney is leaving him clues on topics...piles of shit.
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Much more inspirational pic stating the case for war:
Support the Thugs

2 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

You are a piece of shit to use our troops like that for your bullshit blog.

10:31 PM  
Blogger Panda said...

Hey, welcome ignorant shitbag! You are perfectly propagandized and beyond redemption.
Have you read any accounts of our troops and how they were used in photo ops? Didn't think so.
NOBODY questions the valor of our troops. NOBODY. But there are opportunities used by politicians like George Bush that supersede ethical thinking. Being invited to the White House, no matter who occupies it, is an honor few refuse. HE USED THEM AS PROPS!

11:47 PM  

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