Besides, It’s Not About Bush

It’s about everybody Bush brought with:

In fact, if you examine the evidence, they’ve been nothing less
than brilliant. Vide: 1) The justice system is poisoned by conscious,
intentional politicicization. Partisanly targeted prosecutions are
common. The Court has been revealed as a tool of special interest. 2)
The military is nearing exhaustion, and has been drawn into the overt
commission of atrocities to merely sustain its existence. 3) Posse
Comitatus and Habeas Corpus are functionally dead, in the name of
‘national security,’ which also ratified internal communications
intelligence gathering AGAINST citizens WITHOUT warrants. Other civil
liberties are curtailed more than at any previous time since the Civil
War. Unwarranted search-and-seizure is common at Transportation
Security chokepoints on inter-state transportation. 4) The economy has
been compromised, possibly (probably!) fatally, by 30 years of studious
non-intervention. The middle-class is in tatters and terrified of the
future. 5) Wars proliferate internationally, and violent chaos reigns
on the southern border.

Plus, the Busheviks have spent the last
8 years installing partisan, loyalist, often theocratic zealots in
cells embedded in the bowels of EVERY Agency, Bureau, Commission, and
Department of the State. It will be 30 years before the last of them
retires or dies.


2 thoughts on “Besides, It’s Not About Bush

  1. If the problem with Bush is actually, “the people he brought with”, why, then, is it considered so far out-of-bounds to criticize all the horrible people riding into town on the Obama bus?

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