The Beat Goes On

Bush says he is not going to turn over White House documents related to advice he received from Harriet Miers. He is not going to cross that “red line” because he is intent on preserving the integrity of the White House.

George, just how stupid do you think we are? Your Vice President is being investigated. His Chief of Staff is being investigated. Your senior advisor is being investigated. Indictments could be handed down for, at least perjury, and possibly even treason. The majority leader in the house is being investigated. The majority leader in the Senate HAS BEEN ARRESTED.

I have news for you George. There IS no integrity left in the White House. You and your cronies have destroyed it. And worse, through your continued poor decisions and lies and coverups, you have single handedly crippled the reputation of the United States in most other countries in the world. That is the part that pisses me off the most. I can no longer walk around outside of the US with my head held high, proud of my government. Shame on you and those who supported you and helped you get there. You had the chance to be great, as all American presidents do, but you just aren’t up to the task. You just aren’t good enough.

The one thing I am proud of is my Constitutional right to say these things and to even put them into print. You have not been able to take that away although, given enough time, I am sure you would try. But you don’t have much time left. And for that, if nothing else, we can all be thankful.

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3 Comments on “The Beat Goes On”

  1. Mickell Says:

    Do you think Bill Clinton did a better job as president?
    What with his scandal with Monical Lewinsky.
    When asked in court if he had sex with her, he replied, “She had sex with me but i did not have sex with her.”
    What?! ;p

  2. expatbrian Says:

    Many American presidents have had sexual liasons during their tenure. That does not necessarily affect their performance (John Kennedy, Franklin Roosevelt, Thomas Jefferson). Bill Clinton left office with a budget surplus, which is almost unheard of in the US. George Bush has an 8 Trillion dollar deficit and growing. Yes, Clinton was a better president, but that is not saying much when comparing to Bush. Bush simply is not presidential material, he was mediocre as a business man, as a governor, and now as president. Even his father commands respect among Republicans and Democrats alike. George is so bad that even his own party is distancing itself from him.

  3. Paddy Tan Says:

    The last thing anybody wants is to have a President that think he can be the President when he doesnt have the necessary skills to do so at all.

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