Wednesday, August 31, 2005

Katrina is all Bush's fault

Wow! I thought I had seen and heard about all of the irresponsible, childish, ignorant and beyond-the-pale commentary possible against George Bush. Drunk, cocaine addict, Hitler/SS/Nazi, plotted and carried out 9/11 attacks, let all the poor folks just die, racist, gunslinging cowboy, carry on in Iraq so more American sons and daughters can die, etc., etc, ad infinitum, ad nauseam.

But I guess that only the tip of the iceberg of Bush-hatred had been exposed by the lefties, to date. Now they come out of their poisonous, worm-infested lairs to blame Bush for Hurricane Katrina. Pay attention to this. You may or may not believe all this but, if you don't, just follow the links. Notice that what you are not going to see a whole lot of is, "Pray for the souls of those who lost their lives," or, "Pray for the survival of the victims," or, "How can I help?", or, "Call this number to volunteer," or, "Donate here," or, "X, Y, Z needed here," or "I'll be offline for a few days because I am a FEMA emergency volunteer." What you are going to see is the following irresponsible filth hurled at the president of the United States.

Robert F. Kennedy, Jr. - For They That Sow the Wind Shall Reap the Whirlwind - blames Mississippi Gov. Haley Barbour, President Bush and Vice President Chaney for causing the hurricane.

Corrente, responding to this article - "Because drowning his (Bush's) own people isn't enough for him: his plans also include suffocating them, too."

DC Media Girl, responding gleefully to this article apparently expects all the citizens of Louisiana, Mississippi and Alabama to die because of the war in Iraq - "The chickens come home to roost"

Democratic Veteran agrees with DC Media - "Thanks be to the Preznit. Hear the wind. Hear the Wind Blow. See the Preznit. See the Preznit Blow. Regularly."

Rising Hegemon - "Thanks to Bush's Iraqi invasion, this disaster is going to cause more to die OVER HERE as well as OVER THERE as surely as a major terrorist hit!"

Suburban Guerrilla - "Thank you, BushCo."

Off the Kuff, responding to this NYT article - "...we're going to need to confront the questions about whether or not what has happened this week could have been ameliorated..."

Mahablog - "...but Bush played guitar while Mississippi drowned."

Corrente, again, responding to this article - "Savage irony, eh? Bush fights a war in Iraq for oil (back), and the port of New Orleans floods because Bush cut the flood control money to pay for the war (back). And then, the same oil we fought so hard to seize in the Mideast, floating on the floodwaters, catches fire..."

The Left Coaster, responding to this article, forgets that this isn't Cuba. The federal government lacks the authority to order an evacuation - "...whether or not the federal government acted quickly enough to issue an evacuation order."

Kos with his usual poison - "Well, in all fairness, he was busy playing guitar and trying to kill social security."

Rising Hegemon , responding to this article - "He may be disciplined in getting his R&R but he's just a lazy mother-fucker to me."

I will update this post throughout the day as I find more of this sophomoric slobbering and spitting.

UPDATE 1: - featuring the poor, addled Cindy Sheehan, mumbling about this - "George is finished playing golf and telling his fables in San Diego , so he will be heading to Louisiana to see the devastation that his environmental policies and his killing policies have caused."

plunge25 -"...Bush clearly wants a fucking cookie for ending his 5 week vacation a day and a half early..."

Stephanie's Shadows 2 - "I predicted this was going to happen as soon as i heard bush had made president, i said we were all damned. Then again when he won his second term. We are all damned if we don't do anything about it now. So either be damned or fight. You choose. Save us, or kill us. I am going to go to die trying. Peace."

Mike the Bike - "All but lost in the din of the Hurricane Katrina news noise was the sound of the Liar In Chief revving up yet another rationale for the Iraqi War."

Huffington Post - blames Bush AND God - "We have to pay for the mistakes of our administration; to deal with a God that does not take our ill-advised wars into account when planning his storms."

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