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(Science) - (Bush) = (Life); (Bush) - (Science) = (Death)



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Most of us know by now that President Pinhead has a daddy degree from Yale, and we all know that means, don't we? Most of us also know the guy was a "cheerleader". Yeah, that's a hard core brain activity, right?



But this is light years beyond sarcasm. This man is making infinitely serious life and death decisions about the health and survival of our one and only planet. As we speak and for the last 6 years, Captain C- has been giving the finger to the best brains of the international, scientific community, practically all of whom are warning us that the tsunami of catastrophic planetary chain reactions is already upon us.



Probably G. W. Bush thinks the quadratic formula is baby food and dark matter is a black person. He probably thinks string theory is a spider web and quarks are quacking dorks. He probably thinks a thumb drive is a way to play marbles and even with 5 people looking over his shoulder, he keeps trying to print things with the printer turned off.



Even terrorists and atomic weapons pale next to an angry planet. Wait till things start REALLY heating up, and watch how fast our coasts disappear. New Orleans hurricanes are going to be the rule and not the exception.



And who's in charge of the most technological country on the planet? A silly, pampered, air head. A man who, if the truth be know, secretly WANTS the planet to die. But why? Why in God's name would anybody actually WANT the plant to die?



That's easy, and there's probably millions of like minded air heads around. Look, if you think the WHOLE POINT OF LIFE is "last days" or Armageddon (i.e., the Baptist Big Bang); why not see what you can do to goose things along?



The thesis of this paper is that our "President" is anti science not only because of his pathetic educational background, but because he knows ONLY SCIENCE CAN SAVE THE PLANET.



So, it all makes sense. Being "intellectually challenged" is a secondary problem. The primary problem is that he is consciously hastening planetary catastrophe. He WANTS the hurricanes. He WANTS global warming. He WANTS larger ozone holes, etc., etc., etc. In a word, he wants Armageddon.



Thus, if this is true, we are now dealing with the most dangerous man in the history of the world. Genghis Kahn, Hitler, Stalin -- pikers. They couldn't kill the planet.



But George W. Bush can and is . . . in the name of (his) God.

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W. Christopher Epler

 

A liberal American, PhD mathematician, bipedal Earthling.

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Some of us still believe in the promise of America... by martinweiss on Thursday, Nov 23, 2006 at 12:42:39 PM
What a heartbreakingly accurate list of tragedy, l... by W. Christopher Epler (Bill) on Thursday, Nov 23, 2006 at 1:36:51 PM
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