Tuesday, October 23, 2007

Osama Bin Laden Comes To George Bush's Rescue

h/t Crooks And Liars

Well coincidences of coincidences.

Once again, as Bush is asking for more billions for a war in a time when he says the US can't afford it, Osama Bin Laden releases a new video to help him campaign.

Bush is so lucky to have a friend like Osama Bin Laden who will release a scary tape, every time Bush needs funding for his favorite war.

And Bush needs a friend like Osama Bin Laden. Bush just got through making speeches about how America is running out of money and can't afford domestic programs. Now he needs money for Iraq. After the chewing we got for asking S-CHIP, some would say that asking for huge quantities of money for Iraq is hypocritical. But Osama Bin Laden feels his pain.

Bush is kind of like a dad, that spends all of the household money at the bar, then comes home and screams that he can't afford to buy the kids shoes or food. After all, what do you think he's made of, money? After all, the bar needs his money, the family at home is just a bunch of useless whiners.

And that is the situation here. From Bush's perspective, Iraq is the most important thing in the universe, and well, America is crap.

Bush understands that the reason we have the United States of America is to provide a conduit to ship all it's wealth to Iraq.

Bush understands that America doesn't need to spend money on America. America is just not worth it. America doesn't need investments in infrastructure or social programs or education. America is just a stepping stone for Bush's greater glory.

If you love Iraq, help Bush strip America for parts, and help him carry all of our stuff down to the pawn shop. Bush needs money for his foreign adventures in is our duty to spend every last dime enabling him on his mission.

If you don't, he's gonna come home drunk and beat the crap out you.


At 1:09 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Good stuff Weaseldog.

At 7:07 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great post!


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