(This column appeared in THE LONE STAR ICONOCLAST, Crawford, Texas, and at www.LoneStarIcon.com the week of July 18, 2006.)
July 14, 2006
I don't buy George W. Bush's new fašade.
As much as his good ol' boy routine is an affected persona, this new, retooled 'sensitive' George is yet another role from the depths of his carpetbagger's kit of chicanery.
It was obvious Herr Oberst Karl Rove needed to present a less caustic individual to the World, and especially the American voters. The stubborn George, whose "I'm the decider" and hang the cost in lives, money and suffering spoiled frat-boy attitude just wasn't cutting it any longer.
Despite the attempt to tilt Lady Justice's scales by cramming the Supremes full of Federalist activists, King George XLIII was knocked down from atop his lofty perch by the very Rule of Law he has ignored literally his entire life; laws, treaties and civilized behaviors he has proclaimed lo, these past five years, that as president he need not concern himself with.
Georgie, Dickie, Rummy, Condi and Turd Blossom are finally getting the message that there will be no Fuhrerprinzip in the United States.
Yet, they won't stop trying.
My Mother was wise enough to save a copy of the first issue of the now defunct Chicago Sun newspaper. It's dated December 4, 1941. In huge letters the headline told of a Serbian push. The sub-heading was entitled, "Hitler Faces Challenge on Third Front."
I'd venture a guess that's the same ringer our own megalomaniac with delusions of a New World Order has both his derriere cheeks in right about now.
Which will be King George's third front? Iran or North Korea? Or, possibly an impeachment hearing?
If only it were the last option... perchance to dream.
With thoughtful acuity among the voting public, and thorough independent testing of all voting machines, GOP Senators and Representatives who impart more allegiance toward Herr Karl, the Dick and King George than their Country and constituents will be looking for new employment come the 8th of November.
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