Thursday, August 31, 2006

Bush gunned down! Rooming with Nixon in hell!

It's nice to dream.....

This is the dramatic moment when President George Bush is gunned down by a sniper after a public address at a hotel, in a gripping new docudrama soon to be aired on TV.

Set around October 2007, President Bush is assassinated as he leaves the Sheraton Hotel in Chicago.

Death of a President, shot in the style of a retrospective documentary, looks at the effect the assassination of Bush has on America in light of its 'War on Terror'.

The 90 minutes feature explores who could have planned the murder, with a Syrian-born man wrongly put in the frame.

Peter Dale, head of More4, which is due to air the film on October 9, said the drama was a "thought-provoking critique" of contemporary US society.

Several comments to make on this:

First of all to all the lefty bloggers out there falling all over yourselves to say "Of course, I wouldn't want the president killed", shut the hell up. You know you would do a little dance if someone whacked that idiot. You just want to appear "above" such a thing.

Secondly, the only real problem I have is that he's gunned down. Too quick. A flash of pain and then the big dirt nap. For Bush I would prefer bone cancer, flesh-eating bacteria, or perhaps one of those deadly four hour erections we keep hearing about.

Alright, seriously. I would prefer Bush spend the rest of his life in a cell, tried and convicted of war crimes, but somehow I just don't think it's going to happen. So I can only hope for him to suffer in some other way.

Sad that I've been reduced to wishing great physical agony and death to my fellow humans but I truly believe that he deserves to suffer. Many right bloggers refer to my kind of hatred as Bush Derangement Syndrome, but I prefer to call it a yearning for karmic justice. This president has overseen the most criminal, arrogantly stupid, and homicidal administration in American history. He, and his partners in crime, deserve whatever horrors that karma may have in store for them.

As for Bush's cheerleaders on the Internet, such as the creepy Anchoress (who, by the way, is another right wing blogger that doesn't allow comments because she's such a coward) I can only hope that someone they care for deeply dies in one of Bush's wars of choice.

That seems fair.

Been saving up lots of dark thoughts. Can you tell?


Anonymous Anonymous said...

The Anchoress appears to have comments at all of her posts.

Thu Aug 31, 09:25:00 PM  
Anonymous UT said...

I can only hope that someone they care for deeply dies in one of Bush's wars of choice.

LOL. That was well said.

Thu Aug 31, 09:43:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Nice of you to wish death on someone rather than voting for someone else.

The left now suffers from the same kind of craziness that infected the right about Bill Clinton.

Thu Aug 31, 10:32:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Funny, I see comments about this story on her site. Perhaps you're just too much of a coward to post on her blog.

Or just too stupid to notice the comments section. Which is it?

Thu Aug 31, 10:35:00 PM  
Blogger Captain Carnage said...

Aren't lefties supposed to be the caring sharing types?

Funny that you think a painful death is appropriate for a man like Bush who is trying to create democracies (you know, that political system that's the worst, except for all the others) in a region that has known only fascism and oppression.

I thought lefties were opposed to fascism? (insert inane Bush = Hitler comment here)

Thu Aug 31, 11:05:00 PM  
Blogger Fenrisulven said...

Been saving up lots of dark thoughts. Can you tell?

Petty, not dark.

You'll know the darkness when it comes.

Thu Aug 31, 11:38:00 PM  
Blogger Major K said...

My wife of 26 years and the mother of my two children died in 1997 of the so-called "flesh-eating bacteria," leaving me a widower and single parent to my seven-year-old daughter. Thanks for the flashback a**hole!

Thu Aug 31, 11:59:00 PM  
Blogger Cybrludite said...

Robert, Secret Service. Secret Service, Robert. How about I leave y'all alone so you can "chat".

Fri Sep 01, 12:09:00 AM  
Blogger Again said...

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Fri Sep 01, 12:24:00 AM  
Blogger Again said...

nice meeting here - are you gathering for a good hunt?

captain carnage
Funny that you think a painful death is appropriate for a man like Bush

maybe you just didn't read the full text? So to make it easier for you: (quote) I would prefer Bush spend the rest of his life in a cell, tried and convicted of war crimes

Bush who is trying to create democracies (you know, that political system that's the worst, except for all the others) in a region that has known only fascism and oppression.

lol - i've just heard in the news, that each day about 100 Iraqis die because of the precious gift of Bush

and sorry to correct you, but Fascism is a radical totalitarian political philosophy that combines elements of corporatism, authoritarianism, extreme nationalism, militarism, anti-anarchism, anti-communism and anti-liberalism.

no nation in the Middle East can offer you "corporatism" (because of the lack of a powerful industry) or "nationalism". And where do you see a serious military there, the precondition for "militarism"? Or anti-anarchism and anti-communism? - as you may know, the problem with that region is the interpretation of being "religious"...

i guess, the word you're looking for is "theocracy"

btw: captain carnage, captain carnage - reminds me of something...

carnage: the savage and excessive killing of people

Fri Sep 01, 12:27:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I love it when liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS let it all hang out there for everyone to see.

It shows the world the intolerance and hate filled maggots they really are.

Fri Sep 01, 02:08:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Not dark, really. You're just a plain and simple flaming asshole.

Fri Sep 01, 10:24:00 AM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

The most "homicidal"? I assume that is to Bush' Wars of Choice"?

First, you really think that Afgahnastan is a war of choice. I suppose then that you think the WAr against Japan was war of choice folowing Pearl Harbor.

Now lets take Iraq and Afgahnastan together. You really think that more Americans died there than in Mr. Wilson's war (WW1-clearly a way of choice). Some 100,000 Americans died in that war.

How about Mr. Truman's war. (Korea). (War of choice). There is 33,000 dead Americans.

Or Mr. Johnson's war (Vietnam). Some 30,000 Americans died on his watch. That wasn't a war of choice.

How about those Kennady boys: Don't you think that trying to kill Castro and the coup they backed in South Vietnam were a little homicidal.

Most crimminal: How about Grant, Harding and Nixon.

Arrogant. For God's sake which Administration was not arrogant.

yeah you are deranged. why. Cause sane people during the Grant, Harding, Wilson, Truman, Kennady Johnson,and Nixon years did not spout rubbish like this.

Fri Sep 01, 02:45:00 PM  
Anonymous Frenchie said...

Who the fuck brought these trolls?

Fri Sep 01, 03:49:00 PM  
Blogger Robert said...

Liberal bedwetting moonbats?

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

Tell that to all your buddies who wet themselves at the thought of "terrists"

Oh yes,the Anchoress does have a coments section. If you register and slavishly agree with everything she says. Otherwise she deletes your comments and bans you from the site. I allow all comments, even the ones from anonymous idiots.

Major K: Yes and my uncle died from a four hour erection. You're a moron.


Yes I am hateful and intolerant of hypocritical madmen, why aren't you?

Cybludite: Call them. I believe they are in you local yellow pages under "government".

And to the anonymous right above this comment: Maybe people should have been spouting this kind of rubbish instead of being good little sheeple like you.

No American conflict since the Second World War has been in any way necessary. And I have serious questions about various aspects of that "good" war.

Do you ever have serious questions about anything,Mister Anonymous?

Or is the world as it is just fine with you?

Helo Again. Good to talk to you....again :)

Fri Sep 01, 03:51:00 PM  
Anonymous McCain said...

"Those who would give up essential Liberty, to purchase a little temporary Safety, deserve neither Liberty nor Safety."

Said by good ole Ben Franklin, who of course participated in the Constitutional Convention which produced a document that limited our liberties in many ways. So what do you think he actually meant by this quote, and why do you think it is pertinent to your view of our nation today which offers more liberty to its inhabitants than Ben Franklin ever dreamed?

You appear to be a moron of history, but I'll give you a chance to answer the question.

Fri Sep 01, 05:56:00 PM  
Anonymous Nemo said...

Regarding the erstwhile "comments" here from the Peanut Gallery, rarely have I witnessed so many -- or *is* it "so many", considering the overwhelming namelessness of the supposed "authors", all of whom appear to write in identically pointless fashion?? -- right-Wang idiots spew so much of so little worth. (Moreover, encountering a fully "Anonymous" writer who would spuriously cast an allegation of "cowardice" at one who sports an actual name is deliciously, inescapably ironic.) ==== But as for the *major* thesis presented here (in the actual post), I believe assassination is occasionally an EXCELLENT idea! Consider the Wehrmacht generals who hatched the bomb plot against Hitler, for example. As the character V [for Vendetta] aptly put it, "Violence can be used for good", that is, JUSTICE. In pur own case, however, while the cited docudrama offers solid "food for thought", it seems rather unlikely that "Bush being gunned down" would achieve anything of significance for the cause of freedom; his supposed "lieutenants", especially Cheney and Rumsfeld, are far more crucial to this NeoConNazi regime than the often clueless Doofus-in Chief, who serves more as a figurehead than anything else. (Mussolini pointedly declared that Fascism was better dubbed "Corporatism"; and there's clearly no more "corporate" Corporatist government in the world today than our own!) ==== As for what "the Left" is "supposed to be", the author obviously confuses mundane *political* platforms and "Conventional Wisdom" with prevailing mass attitudes, and displays an abysmal ignorance of the actual history and capabilities of THE Left. I suggest some extensive remedial reading to alleviate the reality vacuum he manifests. ==== Last but not least, what conceivable threat are friviolously proposed "Fascists" in comparison to the very REAL threat of our American NeoConNazis? As usual, the Right has dedicated itself to the imposition of an absurdly irrational example of NewSpeak -- "Islamo-fascism" is a blatant contradiction in terms, for anyone possessing half a brain cell -- strictly for the purposes of "populist" propaganda: "Fascism" Frame Set Up by Right-Wing Press [IPS] ==== The aggressive new campaign by the administration of President George W. Bush to depict U.S. foes in the Middle East as "fascists" and its domestic critics as "appeasers" owes a great deal to steadily intensifying efforts by the right-wing press over the past several months to draw the same comparison. ==== The Rupert Murdoch-owned Fox News Network and The Weekly Standard, as well as the Washington Times, which is controlled by the Rev. Sun Myung Moon's Unification Church, and the neo-conservative New York Sun, have consistently and with increasing frequency framed the challenges faced by Washington in the region in the context of the rise of fascism and Nazism in the 1930s, according to a search of the Nexis database by IPS. ==== All of those outlets, as well as two other right-wing U.S. magazines -- The National Review and The American Spectator -- far outpaced their commercial rivals in the frequency of their use of key words and names, such as "appeasement," "fascism", and "Hitler", particularly with respect to Iran and its controversial president, Mahmoud Ahmadinejad. ... ==== Israel-centred neo-conservatives and other hawks have long tried to depict foreign challenges to U.S. power as replays of the 1930s in order to rally public opinion behind foreign interventions and high defence budgets and against domestic critics. ==== During the Cold War, they attacked domestic critics of the Vietnam War and later the Ronald Reagan administration's "contra war" against Nicaragua -- and even Israel's 1982 invasion of Lebanon -- as "isolationists" and "appeasers" who failed to understand that their opposition effectively served the interests of an "evil" Soviet Union whose ambitions for world conquest were every bit as threatening and real as that of the Axis powers in World War II. ... ==== [And obviously -- for those who have eyes to see -- that shoe is clearly on the wrong foot. True Fascism, plain as day, is all right *here* in the "Good 'Ol" USA!]

Fri Sep 01, 05:56:00 PM  
Anonymous brian said...

Hey Captain Cornhole:

Bush can start by creating a democracy at home. Do away with his Diebold voting system and let the people, not the software, decide.

Bush < Hitler

How's that for an equation?

Fri Sep 01, 07:06:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

What can I say, Robert, about your words? They show you have a warped view of the political process and America in general.

But since you think that wishing death on your opponents and their loved ones is perfectly acceptable, might i say that I will feel no sorrow when and if you get to watch someone (or several someones) you love die in the next terror attack -- one of the ones that you resent Bush for trying to stop. After all, karmic payback is a bitch, don't you think?

Fri Sep 01, 07:08:00 PM  
Anonymous brian said...

"...a warped view of the political process and America in general."

...or he just has a clear view of the warped political process.

Please leave the rest of America out. There are still some democratic countries left in America, even if Canada and Mexico have been hijacked for the moment.

Fri Sep 01, 10:24:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Yah, let them kill Bush, then you can hear the words President Dick Cheney for the next two years...I take it that you ate too many lead based paint chips as a kid.

Fri Sep 01, 10:25:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I would love to have a phot of that. Bush and Nixon having coffee together in hell.

Sat Sep 02, 03:57:00 AM  
Blogger Robert said...


I'm quite proud of having a warped view of politics. Once again, are you content with the status quo here in America?

Well Mccain, you raise a very good question.

I don't hold the founding fathers up as any sort of role models for freedom but that particular quote I find to be entirely fitting to our situation today. Many Americans, I'm assuming you're one of them, seem perfectly willing to give up portions of their freedom to protect themselves from the great Muslim hoards that are invading us even as we speak. My god, given another couple of centuries Iraq may well have posed a threat to the US. Thankfully Bushco had the foresight to stop them. Your kind seems to say "Please daddy Bush, eavesdrop on our conversations, throw us in prison without trial, and please silence the nasty dissent from the media 9/11!9/11!9/11!" It's pathetic.

In a nutshell, the Constitution was written by a bunch of rich slave owners who didn't want to pay their taxes. But even those flawed visionaries would be disgusted with the modern statesmen we have today. And just for general info, I hold the Democrats in as much contempt as I do the Republicans. Neither group actually cares one bit about the citizens of this country.

Sat Sep 02, 09:28:00 AM  
Blogger Robert said...

Having just read what I posted, I wanted to clarify something.

Unlike the President who has been known to refer to the Constitution as "just a goddamned piece of paper", I have a great respect for the document. I believe it has grown from what was essentially a protection for property rights, to become an actual shield against tyranny. Whatever the intentions of the authors, the Constitution is the only thing protecting the Republic(such as it is)from becoming a Corporate Theocracy.

And for that, I respect it.

Sat Sep 02, 09:51:00 AM  
Anonymous UT said...

Robert, have you heard about a guy named Peter Drucker? This guy stated that every 200 years there are radical changes in a society that people from,40 or 50 years later won't even understand what we were like.
Sad huh?

Sat Sep 02, 05:52:00 PM  
Blogger Len said...

OK... first of all, I never said I wouldn't want the moron whacked, so I'm not going to shut the hell up. Actually, I never expressed a preference one way or the other. But to those of you who may be wishing ill upon the Idiot-in-Chief, I have but three words:

President Richard Cheney.

Alright, three more words, because Cheney's heart will probably give out when he gets the joyous news of Dubya's demise:

President Dennis Hastert.

If that doesn't make you lose your dinner, nothing will.

Sat Sep 02, 07:15:00 PM  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS whine about a "illegal and immoral" war, while doing everything in their power to appease the fascists who hate everything they love, and dream about murdering the greatest defender of freedom and biggest threat to Islamicfascism there is, GW Bush.

I can only conclude that their hatred of America or their BDS has made them insane.

Sun Sep 03, 02:13:00 AM  
Anonymous Again and Again Anonymous - may i suggest you some moniker? No Name, No Fantasy, No Ego, No Identity said...

liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS

oh twice mentioned? Must be something you are really proud of - your own idea?

shall i repeat it for you, dear, to make it sound more "true" and "impressive"?

liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS
liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS
liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS
liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS

btw, dear, especially for you and your dear friends of the short alphabet...

Bush and Cheney standing on top of Washington's radio tower. Bush says he wants to do something to cheer up the people of USA. "Why don't you just jump?" suggests Cheney

Sun Sep 03, 06:43:00 AM  
Blogger Robert said...

"Liberal bedwetting moonbats suffering from BDS whine about a "illegal and immoral" war, while doing everything in their power to appease the fascists who hate everything they love, and dream about murdering the greatest defender of freedom and biggest threat to Islamicfascism there is, GW Bush."



I'm sorry, milk just shot out of my nose while I was laughing.

The idea of that clueless macho wanna-be being a threat to anything other than innocent and unarmed women and children cracks me up everytime.

So Mr. Anonymous, please, oh pleae, name one thing the President has done to....(sorry, still laughing)..."defend freedom".

Come to think of it, I kow lots of women and chidren that could kick the shit out of Bush. Let's just say that he might be threat to a small lame puppy....

with no teeth...

that's been drugged...

Then I imagine 'ol Georgie would be hell on wheels.

(laughing) You guys are just too much.

Sun Sep 03, 01:03:00 PM  
Anonymous UT said...

Boohoo whine the neocon rightists, our POTUS is hated by evil people. Get a grip please. He sent the US troops to get killed on the altar of freedom, he asked the US troops to kill ugly iraqis that do not want this occupation, he bombed innocent civilians, he went to war in Iraq without international backup, and you would hope that everybody's happy about that? Come on guys, be realistic. Hatred is justified most of the time only if you love humanity. But nope, you guys cannot understand that, because you only love yourselves first, before anything else. One day it may happen your country receives a taste of its own medicine. Then we'll have rednecks from Alabama taking guns against this liberation while somebody else will accuse them to be terrorists.

I hope that History won't make this President enter in History books like a liberation President but it will give him a special place, a low one where he should belong with dogs, as bad as Napoleon and Hitler so that your country can wear the burden of genocides and useless massacres.

Mon Sep 04, 05:08:00 PM  
Blogger Mr. Forward said...

Check out Roberts other Blog "Treason and sedition proudly supported here." and "I guess I'm not the only one who thinks Bush supporters are mentally ill."


Mon Sep 04, 05:08:00 PM  

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