Upon close examination, it is easy to see George Bush 's aspirations and goals are those of a diluted, self-indulged, tyrannical mind. His is incapable of emotion or sentiment, intolerant in judgment and insatiable for power. His quest for a total plutocracy and a fascist state, governed only by the most choice of aristocratic associates and co-conspirators, is an ugly abyss of intemperance for power and money as well as a profound disparagement for the common man that gets in his way.
As are all oppressive dictators and tyrants, they wholly, in every respect, believe that they are somehow different and more deserving than the other inhabitants of this planet. They justify their insidious actions and nefarious deeds through a ubiquitous campaign of distorted delusion. This distortion in thinking inevitably leads them to falsely conclude the end always justifies the means. That no matter the cost to human life, the ordained rights of others, the egregiousness of the lies told or suffrage of other fellow human beings- deemed collateral damage by their mere existence, is always warranted and defensible.
Bush 's outlandish behavior and compulsion to subjugate others is born out of necessity. He is beyond merely another dishonest or crooked politician. Bush is a distorted figure of bizarre and grotesquely epic fallacies. Brought on by a dynastic family history and an up-bringing earmarked by prejudice, deceit, war profiteering, domination by fear and intimidation. He continually displays an incongruity that his judgment and actions are superior to our own and deserves no justification to the people and laws of this nation.
Bush 's true goals are ones that can never be totally met, as the mere definition of a totalitarian personality requires that the oppressor achieve all and have all that exists unto themselves. It is this eccentric and treacherous behavior that drives his unattainable expeditions into complete world domination and continually begs him to ask the question "is there nothing more? "
To me, it has become insipid to question whether or not George W. Bush is a dictator, a pathological liar and a danger to not only our own democracy, but to the safety of the world. The far more pressing, urgent and grave question that every American needs to ask and demand answers for is, "Who will stop the reign? "