Actually, I don't buy this foiled plot Bush announced today--that al Qaeda planned to fly a plane into the Library Tower. And one of the many reasons is because he had to read it to us. If there were any truth to his success at preventing a disaster, he would have been capable of telling it.
Please, America, wake up. Bush is the boogeyman.
Right now, though, he's the one who's sweating. Jacko Abramoff says he was invited to the Crawford Compound, Republicans are abandoning the ship, and 'You're-doin'-a- heckuva-good-job-Brownie is ready to reveal his side of the Katrina disaster. "Hear that, George. Brownie's going to sing about the correspondence he was receiving from you while so many people lost everything."
And George W. Butcher was unable to escape his truth-teller tormentors at Coretta Scott King's funeral--all those luminaries who skewered him and his agenda. He shouldn't have been allowed to be in the presence of this great woman's coffin since every move he makes is a loud slap in the face to her ideals and dreams for this country.
Things aren't looking good for the president and he's showing signs of wear and tear. It's about time.
How many lies have to be exposed before America says, "No more?" How many times does Bush get to tell us he's protecting us before there's a huge chorus screaming, "You must think we're stupid?"
And, finally, during all this turmoil over the cartoons depicting the Prophet Mohammed and Bush arrogantly says, "Stop the violence," isn't it time for Americans to say, "But, George, you started it?"
He did, you know. When George W. invaded Iraq, he ignited a fire that's engulfed our world.