January 29, 2008, - 4:20 pm

Lies My Lameduck President Told Me

By Debbie Schlussel
Can’t let the day go by without commenting on last night’s phony State of the Union address by President Bush, thankfully his last.
There were so many lies in that speech and so many glaring omissions on the real state of the union. Here’s what he missed:
1) In six years since 9/11 and seven years since my Presidency began, America has more Muslim aliens, citizens, legal permanent residents, and travel- and student-visa holders in its midst. I helped engineer that. America is not safer, as I have chosen to bend over backwards to apologize to the religion of the 9/11 hijackers by pulling down my pants for them and bending over.
I created a giant bureacracy that has done nothing to make America safer and everything to waste taxpayer dollars, promote incompetents, and outreach to extremist Muslims. I’ve issued the same policy for all other federal law enforcement agencies. Joint falafel orgies of the absurd for the benefit of the religion of peace is standard.

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2) While I have been focused on “outreach” to extremist Muslims for post-Ramadan falafel gatherings at the White House, I have allowed Iran to establish a beachhead in Nicaragua, after I allowed Daniel Ortega to be re-elected. I have also done nothing to mute the influence and counter the behavior of Hugo Chavez in Venezuela and his growing influence throughout the continent. I have completely squandered the Reagan victories in Latin America. Contras? Who cares if they are turning over in their graves.
3) I have helped encourage chaos and facilitated an assassination in Pakistan, after I pushed a criminal jihadist woman on the country’s leader after he took my side in the war on terror.
That’s just some of what he missed. Now here is the correction to the myths, Bush told:
1) “America’s students are achieving in math and reading and the sciences.”
Reality check: American students fell behind in math and science on all international exams. They stayed the same on reading over the last six years, and fell behind other Western industrialized countries. Stop lying, Mr. President. A Ted Kennedy education bill is exactly that: a recipe for disaster. But you pushed it anyway.
2) “We have spread democracy around the world to people who want freedom and peace.” Also, Bush commented about how the people of Lebanon protested and won free elections.
Oh, really. So HAMAS, Hezbollah, militant Shi’ites allied with Iran, and the Muslim Brotherhood–all of whom won control or increased positions of power in the Palestinian Authority, Iraq, Lebanon, and Egypt want freedom and peace? Thanks for the tip, dude. Glad those elections–which brought Hezbollah effective control of the country–in Lebanon brought peace and freedom. Oh, and by the way, glad you and Condi Clueless promoted free elections by sucking up to Assad in Syria. Waiting to here the election returns out of Damascus. Any minute, now. Bravo to your fantasies, Bushie.
3) “We will defend our vital interests in the Persian Gulf.”
Translation: I will pander to 9/11 hijacker enablers throughout the Gulf and defend my right to their future donations to my Presidential library and my speaking fees, just like my father did, and just like my loser brother, Neil Bush.
Our vital interests in the Gulf?: Well it’s not the Gulf, but pretty damned close, where Bush created a new country of HAMASastan, enabled Syria by sending Condi Clueless and Rep. Darrell Issa a/k/a “Jihad Darrell” to fete Assad.
Creating a greater Shi’ite revival and crescent of power for them from Iran to Lebanon? Yup, that’s our vital interest . . . if we want to commit suicide.
Helping enable the elimination of Christians and Christianity in Iraq? Yup, definitely in our interest, there. Uh-huh. ‘Cuz we need so many Christian refugees (and Muslims lying and claiming to be Christians) coming to America from the Mid-East. Mmm-hmmm.
4) “We must trust Americans to do the right thing with their money.”
Uh-huh. That’s why you’re bailing out all those who engaged in mortgage fraud in America or otherwise made bad home investments. Hezbollah mortgage fraudsters in the Dearbornistan area and elsewhere in Michigan have contributed to making Michigan one of the three highest states in terms of foreclosure rates on homes. Yes, we should stem a huge economic disaster, but within limits, not at the cost to responsible Americans.
5) “The Palestinian people have a leader, President Abbas, who is committed to democracy and opposes terrorism.”
Um, the same guy who, Sports Illustrated reported, was Arafat’s paymaster for the Munich terrorists? Yup, same guy. “Opposes terrorism.” Hilarious.
Committed to democracy? Then, he’d step down. HAMAS won. He lost. Yup, those damn elections for barbarians “who love freedom and peace” got in the way. Hello . . .?
Oh, and one last thing:
It’s still nuclear, NOT “Nookyuhler.” No President Left Behind reading skills, my friends.
And that’s the real State of the Union, George W. Disaster.

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10 Responses

I’m all for Bush’s democracy. I’m waiting for him to support democracy in Israel instead of propping up Olmert, with his 5% approval rating and maneuver after maneuver to avoid elections.

c f on January 29, 2008 at 4:48 pm

Bush has been a disgrace and has crippled the only viable political party that could save us from socialists, and he’s left the enemy undefeated and so has left us ripe for another attack. If he simply followed the truth about our enemy to wherever it led him and Acted on it with full knowledge, confidence and force, we’d be a safer, stronger country today and our enemies would be scared shit to attack us. Instead we’ve had a president who has done the enemy’s bidding in pushing THEIR ‘peace’ premise about their violent religion. I am really pissed off that the most powerful, freest, and richest country in the history of the world is run by gutless liars.

Bosch Fawstin on January 29, 2008 at 10:58 pm

Debbie and commenters–
Spot on! Please tell me again why anyone still listens to mainstream “conservative” talk radio, that is nothing more than cheerleading for the Team R idiots.
“I am really pissed off that the most powerful, freest, and richest country in the history of the world is run by gutless liars.”
This all started some time after Andrew Jackson, and the career political class was born. the journey on the road to Hell was started by Lincoln, and has only accelerated since. The few good guys were merely blips on the screen.
No change possible without term limits on all offices.
BAD NEWS–Most of the people in the US really want it to be a socialist country.

Red Ryder on January 30, 2008 at 8:42 am

We need
1) Obama or Hillary in the White House
2) The inevitable disasters that are just waiting
to happen to happen on their watch.
3) The national WAKING UP.
4) Before we can cleanse the fecal taste of
Bush’s ‘ideals’ from our collective mouths.
5) And G-d-Willing find our ‘Churchill’.

poetcomic1 on January 30, 2008 at 2:26 pm

I am with you Red Ryder…IMHO we need another revolution to clean up the garbage that has high jacked our Constitutional Republic.
I also agree that it was Lincoln that started the career criminal elite on the road to Tyranny.
It is too bad that we have not taken Thomas Jefferson’s advice when he wrote to Madison. Boy, does it apply to the degeneracy of our Republic today:
“I hold it that a little rebellion now and then is a good thing, and as necessary in the political world as storms in the physical. Unsuccessful rebellions, indeed, generally establish the encroachments on the rights of the people which have produced them. An observation of this truth should render honest republican governors so mild in their punishment of rebellions as not to discourage them too much. It is a medicine necessary for the sound health of government.”
We have reached the point where our leaders no longer care what the electorate wants and is past time Americans wake up and take our nation back from the thieves that now occupy the highest offices.

ScottyDog on January 30, 2008 at 3:27 pm

Debbie: If were not so true, it would be comical.
All are right but I can’t put the blame on Lincoln as he was assassinated prior to completing his exercise. Please elaborate further.

warpmine on January 30, 2008 at 5:20 pm

Oops. Used the wrong word “elaboate” Really have to pay more attention. Please explain further how Lincoln started it all. TIA.

warpmine on January 30, 2008 at 5:23 pm

I’m so lost this election cycle. I’ve always known who’d I’d vote for, even back when I was stuck on liberal/stupid. This year, it just seems hopeless. Maybe 4 to 8 years of a Democratic Congress and White House will bring some common sense back to the conservative movement as a whole.
All I know is I’m tired of voting for the lessor of evils, I’m tired of voting “against” someone instead of “for” someone, and I’m tired of voting just to “win” elections. I no longer feel like I have the strength to keep up the pretense or argue for a candidate I do not believe in (i.e. McCain).

KevinQC on January 30, 2008 at 10:05 pm

All these things that Debbie cited above, and more, have got me thinking about what I can DO about it. The first thing I intend to do is e-mail the RNC and tell them that I am no longer a republican. I will not accept McCain as the nominee of my party, and so I guess that means I’m just going to have to leave the party (or the party has already left me would probably be a better way to view it). It’s quite apparent that the blue blood/country club/RINO wing of the party has a death grip on it and we’re never going to get anything but RINO (McCain) or pseudo-conservative (Bush) candidates as nominees. It’s pretty plain to see from this primary season that the nomination process is rigged, by the country clubbers and the media whores, to channel their fair-haired boy to the nomination. Excuse me if I vent, but when am I going to get to vote for MY candidate? Since our primary in Texas isn’t until March I guess I’m not going to get to vote for MY candidate because he has already dropped out. This sucks!!! If I were to dare say that our elections were being rigged by an internationalist oligarchy I’m a conspiracy nut, while right in front of my eyes a marxist/lesbian/whore, or some guy with a name “Hussein” with ties to the NOI, is going to be coronated president. Such a thing can happen and I’m supposed to believe that it’s all part of a constitutionally sound election process?
Sorry, I always try to keep my posts as brief as I can but this election cycle is more than I can stand without going on about how much it all sucks! God help us. God help us all (except traitors, and jihadists and their supporters).

CornCoLeo on January 31, 2008 at 10:43 am

CornCoLeo
I agree my friend.
Michelle Malkin just wrote an article where Charlie “CFR” Crist allowed independents to vote for McCain in Florida.
She visited several precincts and the officials actually were telling Independents they could change registration and go ahead and vote McCain.
http://michellemalkin.com/2008/01/29/so-much-for-a-closed-florida-primary/
“In Florida, only those who declare a party are allowed to cast a vote in that partyĆ­s presidential primary”
This is a felony in Florida.
http://michellemalkin.com/2008/01/30/20-of-gop-votes-cast-by-non-republicans/
You are right, The CFR is stealing another Presidential election by manipulating the Primaries. When is the DOJ going to finally go after the CFR for sedition, operating a secret cabal advocating the overthrow or our republic by the highest members of Government and go after the Rockefellers for manipulating our oil markets ?
The stated goal of the CFR, a secret group, is to replace the USA with a union of Mexico, Canada and America called the North American Union.
Every single candidate except Ron Paul are CFR members.
I guess Treason and Sedition no longer are a concern to the DOJ.

ScottyDog on January 31, 2008 at 2:13 pm

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