Friday, April 21, 2006

Perspective

Picture yourself standing somewhere inside your house and trying to imagine what it looks like from the outside. Think you have a pretty good view of what it really looks like to your neighbors? If you're blogging (or leaning) toward the left politically, then you're probably seeing it just as it is.

If, however, you're traveling through life with bush-colored glasses on, things may not be what they seem. You may have been sold a bill of goods from the same people who brought you the "fair and balanced" media option. If you chose this option, things look fantastic from the outside and if your neighbors don't like what they see, they can kiss your red, white and blue ass.

My Uncle "D" was kind enough to send me an article from the Sydney Morning Herald that pretty much sums up what all them "farinnurs" think about the way our government is run. And you know what? They're "right". Not right in the Hannity/Limbaugh sense but right in the old-fashioned difference between right and wrong sense of the word. A great deal of you so-called "freedom lovers" have forgotten the true meaning of that word, and falsely turned it into your rallying cry.

At any rate, here are some clips from the article. I recommend reading the whole thing. The key thing is, we desperately need to win the mid-term elections and get this moron IMPEACHED.


SYDNEY, NSW, is a long way from Washington DC but, even at this distance, it is clear that the Bush Administration is falling to pieces.
In recent weeks, scanning the political coverage in the mainstream US media and sampling the blogs has been to watch a flood tide ebbing to reveal a rotting, skeletal hulk. It is the George W. Bush ship of fools, stuck in the mud for the world to see in all its mendacity, its incompetence, its faith-based stupidity.


It is possible, at this late stage, that even Bush himself has begun to realise something is wrong. That oddly simian face is ashen, the eyes leaden. The voice is shrill and its tone defensive.

"I'm the decider and I decide what's best," he squawked to reporters in the White House rose garden the other day, as the screws turned tighter on his disastrous Defence Secretary, Donald Rumsfeld. Can you imagine Roosevelt, Eisenhower or Kennedy blurting something like that?

Full story here.

I believe this is the first photographic evidence of the old goat finally cracking a smile.

3 Comments:

At April 22, 2006 9:27 PM, Blogger Rory Shock said...

laughing out loud ... awesome post

 
At April 22, 2006 10:25 PM, Blogger PTCruiser said...

Thanks, Rory.

 
At May 06, 2006 12:31 AM, Blogger enigma4ever said...

yup...and My Pet Goat now has a Whole New Meaning...

GREAT post....still laughing...too hard....

 

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