Wednesday, November 08, 2006

NO.

There are a lot of people (curiously, many of them from the losing side) getting all touchy-feely and come-together today after yesterday's electoral vindication of American ideals, with many of them urging that we be nice and polite and not gloat, and stop saying bad things about the Weed and what is left of his putative administration so we can finally just work together.

Let me explain this to those who don't get it, and I suspect this will resonate with a lot of people out there.

I haven't said bad things about the president and his administration and the manner in which it has run roughshod over the Constitution of the United States because I wanted them to lose the election.




I said them because I believe them.

The current president of the United States is still a semi-literate, incurious, self-important, ill-mannered, untrustworthy, opportunistic and churlish child of privilege. He surrounds himself with devious sycophants and flatterers, every venture he has been involved in has been tainted with the stench of scandal or incompetence, and his possibly illegitimate occupation of the White House has been a national tragedy of historic and lasting significance.

Nothing has changed, despite his patronizing efforts to be publicly perceived as gracious in inglorious defeat with his intentionally misleading Connecticut-born "aww, shucks" adopted mannerisms.

He and his supporters are not to be trusted, and I exhort everyone to remember that to the Republicans, bipartisanship is "date rape." These are the same people who deliberately took advantage of small ideological differences to pit American against American in order to gain and maintain political power, raising the use of divisiveness to a science, and they will not simply stop using the only tactic they know.

So, no, I won't stop telling everyone who will listen what a disreputable scoundrel our forty-third president is, and will not extend the slightest shred of my trust to him or the Constitution-trampling horde of scavenging rodents in human form that scamper and cavort behind him for the scraps he tosses their way.

It is time for these people and their doings to be brought into the light and investigated, and for the flaws in our system which they manipulated to their advantage to be repaired.




We must not let the beast rise again.

1 Comments:

Blogger Ronni said...

This is not the time to let up. We have a lot of work to do before 2008.

8:18 PM  

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