by RIP RENSE
(June 28, 2006)
the dogs out? Bush! Bush! Bush! Bush!
Bush has sic’ed his curs
on the free press yet again, and they are chewing the Armani cuffs of the
New York Times. One e-mail snarl sent to the NYT calls for beheading
publisher Arthur Shulzberger. Another was more, um, articulate:
"The Slimes [sic] and its
puppets in the MSM ARE THE ENEMY. They simply hate America as it is. They
want a socialist-homosexual utopia. Thus, they are simply aiding and
abetting their faithful followers abroad and here. They are giving intel to
their friends of gee-had. They are the enemy. Problem is, many Americans
simply do not know or care."
(Surprised he didn’t just
come out and bay, er say, “Jew conspiracy.”)
Well done, Mr. Prez. Dawg,
you are the Rottweiler in the pack, the mastiff, the Presa Canaria. Presa
Bush! A breed apart. Woof woof! Throw this man a nice bone. Maybe an Iraqi
baby’s leg bone.
Bush pointed his
finger and bared his teeth the other day---really---as he told reporters
that the bad dog New York Times had exposed his secret monitoring of
international bank transactions done through the Society of Worldwide
Interbank Financial Tele- communication (SWIFT), in Belgium. (Not to mention
his secret spying on domestic bank transactions.)
4th with RIPOSTE!
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“The fact that a newspaper disclosed it makes it harder to win this war on
terror,” growled Presa Bush.
Translation: The New York
Times has committed treason. Further translation: a free press is a
treasonous concept. And Vice Canario Dick “Bulldog” Cheney also sunk his
fangs into NYT fetlocks:
"The New York Times has
now twice---two separate occasions---disclosed programs; both times they had
been asked not to publish those stories by senior administration officials,"
Cheney said. "They went ahead anyway. The leaks to The New York Times and
the publishing of those leaks is very damaging."
The first “separate
occasion” that Cheney referred to, by the way, was the NYT disclosure that
the CIA is kidnapping terror suspects and shipping them to private
“detention facilities” in various countries, some of which perform torture,
and some of which, like the U.S., pretend they don’t. “Rendition.”
See, the American
sheeple have no right to know these things. No right to know what the
government is doing. No right to know if Constitutionally guaranteed rights
are being kidnapped and tortured---er, renditioned. Just trust your
leaders, as our great sage and social conscience, Britney Spears, tells us.
Thus are loosed the
hellhounds who have rendered discourse in this country a juvenile, vicious
dogfight; an embarrassment, shame, disgrace. Disgrace, by the way, was Presa
Bush’s term for the NYT, but better that it be used for a hyper-paranoid
fascist administration that works entirely in secrecy, then rages at its own
free press for doing a little duty.
Consider the howling of another member of Bush’s pack, Rep. Peter King (Repugnican,
N.Y.)., the chairman of the House Homeland Security Committee. He urged the
“Justice” Department to “begin an investigation and prosecution of the New
York Times — the reporters, the editors and the publisher.”
Hell yes, and behead them
publically, eh, Pete? Owoooooooo! And while you’re at it, lift your leg on
statues of Hancock, Jefferson, Franklin, Adams, Washington, Paine, and that
lady in the harbor. You madman. Er, mad dog.
This country is simply
frothing at the mouth. It has gone berserk. It is barking and snarling
at every kid on a tricycle, the baby buggy on the sidewalk, the mailman.
(Remember when Homeland Security actually advised keeping an eye on the
mailman?) Bush is the guy throwing tennis balls at pit-bulls in a hole in
the ground, getting them riled up for a kill.
Well, listen up, dawgs.
There is no “war on terror.”
said a “war on terror” is like a “war on dandruff.” There were horrific
acts of terrorism before 9/11, and there will be horrific acts of terrorism
after 9/11. Investigation will nip some plots in the bud, but it won’t catch
all of them.
Yet our nation is
behaving as if it is the only such assault victim in history---carrying on
in the most cowardly, reactionary, bellicose fashion imaginable. 9/11 took
out about 3,000 people---who were not all Americans, as is always
trumpeted, but came from all over the world. As we now know to be bedrock
fact, the administration used 9/11 to falsely manipulate public opinion into
supporting the invasion of Iraq, in the process killing: a) 50,000
innocents, if you believe Bush, b)100,000 if you believe Johns Hopkins
University, c) 250,000 if you believe other sources.
Who’s a terrorist? You
are, folks. We all are now, in the eyes of most of the world. Of course, the
mongrels who wrote to the New York Times believe dead Iraqis to have as much
worth as, well, dogs. Which is also certainly a privately held attitude in
much of Congress and Bushland.
Guess what, woofers:
had we comported ourselves with any amount of dignity, composure,
strength, after 9/11, nations would be far more favorably disposed toward
cooperating with our terror investigations. As it stands, there is so much
disdain for, and fear of, the USA that Belgium is looking into the legality
of Bush’s monitoring of SWIFT---a program which has, the administration
claims, successfully resulted in the arrest of several terrorists. (One
wonders how dumb terrorists must be to think that their finances aren’t
Had Presa Bush and
Vice-Canario Cheney not reared up on their hind legs and declared endless
war. . .had Presa Bush not begun ignoring any and all laws passed by
congress on the grounds that “we are at war”. . .had the government shown
the slightest compassion for hundreds of thousands displaced in New Orleans
instead of spending countless billions on permanent occupation of the Middle
East. . .had, in other words, this government acted sanely, responsibly,
instead of hysterically, paranoiacally, cantankerously. . .
The press, including the
NYT, would have been more inclined to cut it some slack in secret terror
That’s the key word,
“investigations.” To say this nation is “at war” degrades every G.I. who
fought in World War II---a real war, with a real cause, and a real enemy.
This “war on terror” is PR. There are criminal investigations to conduct,
not unwarranted invasions of defenseless nations and slaughters of
But Bush will continue
playing to the dog in everyone---the dog who maniacally barks at the
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