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We don't want to hear it, Mr. Dowd

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Matthew Dowd, a Republican, a Bush supporter and enabler, says he's disenchanted with George Bush.  Well, we don't want to hear it, Mr. Dowd.  We don't want to hear how disappointed you are.  We don't want to hear you telling us what we've known from the beginning and have been telling you all along.  We've been telling you loudly, clearly and constantly and you've ignored us.

You're sorry for yourself and you blame it on George Bush without acknowledging the fact that it was your whole-hearted support, your propaganda, your spin and your Republicanism that got George Bush elected.  You say that Bush is in the Bush bubble without realizing that you're in the Republican bubble.  You, just like George Bush, don't want to take responsibility for what you have done.  What you've just now come to know about Bush has been known the whole time.  What does that say about you, that it took you six years to figure out what we knew all along?  You've become disenchanted with Bush.  How the hell could you have become enchanted with the psychopathic doofus in the first place?

You've helped Bush wreck the United States, wreck the Constitution and wreck Iraq.  There can be no forgiveness or acceptance for Bush supporters who helped him in doing this because you knew better.  We told you so.  You and the other Bush defectors can go off together somewhere and whine about Bush to each other.  Just keep your whining away from us.  We don't want to hear it.


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