Feb 2006
Feb 2006

Where do they get these ideas?

Mr. President,
Yesterday, Deputy Treasury Secretary Robert Kimmitt used your tactic of laws-are-made-to-be-broken if I-said-so routine.
The UAE port sale required a 45-day review of the Dubai ports deal. According to the Senator who drafted the bill, it is mandatory and yet
Kimmit continued to claimed "We didn't ignore the law," "We might interpret it differently." and finally "We do not see it as mandatory." You are just such a shining beacon for so many people to follow junior. The phrase "The means just the ends because I know best" must be carved on the West Wing walls.

Would you let a snake watch your hamsters junior? I didn't think so. So why would you let the steel, aerospace and electroplating industries set the carcinogenic limit for the pollutant they generate called hexavalent chromium? Hexavalent chromium is the chemical pollutant that made Erin Brockovich famous.

I'm hearing there was a little hanky-panky with the numbers the Chromium Coalition collected, analyzed and distributed. The numbers were only collected from newer plants. The statistical calculations were manipulated. And the reports were hidden.

You know what they say about statistics junior? They say figures don't lie, but liars can figure. Now a federal court is forcing OSHA has to back peddle and pretend they care about pursuing the health of factory workers.

According to the Reuter's article, David Michaels, who heads the project on scientific knowledge and public policy at George Washington University and was a senior author of the report that exposed the issued, hopes something good could come out of this.
"I'm hoping that the entire system rethinks the role of industry in providing scientific data," he said. "I'd like to see rules that say ... if industry participates in regulatory proceedings, they have an obligation to provide all relevant data, not just the data that supports their position," said Michaels.

Where would somebody get the idea that information should be "cherry-picked" to solely support their position junior?


"Don't fly with me"
Condi's boyfriend Hugo Chavez has a long memory. He remembered how the FAA canceled Venezuelan flights 10 years ago. According to
UPI Hugo wants to prohibit Continental, Delta and some American Airlines flights from flying into or out of his country. Can you get Condi to send him a belated Valentine's gift? I know he is kind of sweet on her.


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 26, 2006 4:29:49 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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You could have been something junior.

Mr. President,
Jezus junior you are having another bad month. It’s a bear when you can’t control the world’s press as easily as you manipulate ours. And lots of roosters are coming home to crap on your front lawn. Your disaster recovery efforts all seem to follow the same game plan.

You have had so many disasters, I have been able to see the pattern and I can tell what phase of disaster recovery you are in by the phrases used on the front pages of the papers. When the crisis "...." first breaks out, FOX-type channels minimize and often do not even mention .... Instead TV Programming of stations like FOX, highlight police car chases, plane arrivals of notorious people, missing pretty white girls and they spend considerable time on new ways food can hurt you. The pretty dazzling red white and blue graphics are especially useful to mesmerize older people.


First Phase:
“Bush was caught off guard by …”
“He was surprised by …, “
“Didn’t know of….”
“Bush ignorant of …”
“Even Republicans …”

Second Phase:
Somewhere after acknowledging a problem exists the headlines change to :
“Bush was led to believe …”
This is followed by timed TV appearances where you are described as “visibly irate” “Visibly agitated …” Visibly moved by …”Visibly upset by …

Headlines announce this phrase with:
“Bush is very concerned about …
“Bush understands …”
“No one could have imagined that …”

If this stage is close to the weekend:
Phone lines are burned off the poles with calls to NBC, ABC, CBS and definitely FOX to get your overused “Sunday Morning Talk Commando ”team in place (SMTC,) and on the shows, each commando is equipped with a very narrow list of talking points and stealth strategies designed to change subjects and deflecting blame if the interviewer persists to stay on track.

The SMTSC team inserts confusing facts, refutes "allegations" and declares anything said by anyone in the Democratic party as “simply partisan politics. “

Somewhere in here jackals like White House aides, Hannity, O'Riley and Limbaugh come on the scene and make up "facts", take words out of context, and "swift boat" as much as possible to kill off any possible criticism of your administration's handling of the crisis at hand.

They often use the "patriotism" card and say “Worrying about …. brings comfort to the terrorists. “to deter anyone who wants reasons or details.

Comments are deflected as far back as necessary, preferably blaming Clinton as much as possible, no matter how far the stretch. When the crisis "...."first happens, TV Programming of stations like FOX minimizes the issue "...." and instead highlight police car chases, plane arrivals of notorious people, missing pretty white girls and they spend considerable time on new ways food can hurt you.

Third Phase:
The management of the news cycle changes from “acknowledge” and “confuse/deflect /defame.” It’s time to show how on-top of it you are. The propaganda emphasizes as much as possible that you are “not in a bubble”. This is the time to end all future discussion because you have handled it, so the headlines become :

"Bush has made his views on … ."
“Bush will ask for committee to investigate,,,”,
“President resolute to …”
"It's going to take a long time to ..."

Now you think you are done and ready for the next one, but it is not really over junior. People remember and are taking notice.

Maybe you shouldn’t have run your presidency like a non-stop political campaign junior.
If you had an agenda with some substance and a different cabinet. You might have been something junior. But you couldn't help it and unfortunately, your choice of cabinet members, your insecurities and alcohol-addled brain definitely worked against you.


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 25, 2006 6:15:47 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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I'll take Saddam and the points.

Mr. President,
Bet you never thought you would hope the Shiites and Sunnis would protest against the United States? That way they are demonstrating together against a common enemy like us instead of shooting each other.

If the Sunni’s and Shiites continue to attack each other’s mosques, and kill each other’s clerics. Kiss those plans away to commission that Bush Jr. sculpture in downtown Bagdad. And kiss off non-sectarian government rule as well as that plan to reduce troops before the November Congressional elections.


On the other hand Condi's trip was a bust. Get it bust, statue, nevermind.
Yemen recently rejected your demand to arrest scholar Shaikh Abd al-Majid al-Zindani, whom you accuse of financing terrorism.

Your threat of withholding money from Iraq unless the government is not sectarian last week seems pretty lame today even after you were told to stuff it. The Sunni’s recent emphatic refusal to working with the Shiites in Iraq’s fragile government pretty much added a resounding punctuation mark on Stuff it!

Saddam could wind up having the last laugh junior. Sure he was a bastard, but he kept a cap on Muslim nut jobs and he was no threat to any of his neighbors and despite your spin you know that too.

Your lack of imagination and fanatical obsession with Heussein even before 9/11 , eliminated any other options of precluding the bombing of Iraq back to the 12th century. And so the Mid East firestorm is beginning to rage after you mistakenly and naively brought the tinder and the gas. It's just like all the experts predicted way before your declaration of “Hey daddy watch this” in Iraq.

If you are counting on Condi's negotiating skills to work something out over Iran, you might as well fire up the jets and proclaim. "Junior needs to blast some holes in Iranian sand!"

The despised Europeans are the key junior. You know, the ones you've treated like garbage for the last four years.


Right now the odds of Saddam having the last laugh has improved. I would take Saddam and the points. This was long overdue because Iraq is regressing, insurgents keep popping up like daisy's in spring. Iraq was headed for a theocracy even if it does not turn into a civil war. The Mid East is closer to destabilization than ever before. Musharaff is under more civil strife and open defiance than ever before, Iran is openly defying you and threatening to continue with their nuclear energy program, Iran's wants to move to Perol-euros instead of petrol-dollars, Hamas has marched to freedom in Palestine, Syria Lebonon Iran and Egypt are mocking you and most have chosen to support Hamas and the biggest reason of all; this war has been fubar from day one junior.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 23, 2006 2:41:05 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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It's the pits junior.

Mr. President,
Let me get this straight junior. You praised India while they are taking American jobs and in the same breath you state that although Pakistan is not yet a democracy it does however have a "lively and relatively free press" like that’s ok? You gave them a passing grade? Besides not showing any concern about Americans loosing their jobs, you've set the bar lower than a rattle snake's belly for the kind of countries we consider as OK?

The U.S. Consulate's refusal to issue a visa to Goverdhan Mehta, a prominent Indian scientist told him that his expertise in chemistry was deemed a threat proved to be another embarrassment for you junior just as you were praising them for taking American jobs. The U.S. Embassy in New Delhi issued a highly unusual statement of regret after there was huge outrage in India while you were visiting.

Have you surprised yourself just how low you’ve had to go junior; to support business interests and to get support for your war?
Using "the-ends-justify-the-means "strategy has pit falls that can drop a man straight to hell buddy.



Freedom is on the march junior, but unfortunately for us its freedom of America’s perceived oppressive policies and puppet governments.

Ecuador is the latest poor but oil-rich country, to declare a state emergency to stop the protests that has interrupted the flow of crude oil. The military has taken over the radio stations and all civil liberties have been suspended.

The reason for stomping so hard on the protesters was because they took to the streets and raided the Sardinas pumping station where they shut it down for the day.

They have "ca-hones" to demand that their government follow up on building a once-promised airport and two highways.

Those people are actually putting "boots on the ground" to show their displeasure and demand that politicians mean what they say.

Aren't you lucky that Americans don't have the kind of passion those people have, to make our politicians accountable junior.




Almost 100 prisoners have died in US custody in Iraq and Afghanistan since August 2002, according to US group Human Rights First.
Junior do you realize that the same number of British soldiers died in this war as the number of prisoners that died in American custody in Afghanistan. Some would say this was an easy feat for American guards. It was probably as easy as terminating fish with extreme prejudice in a barrel.


You are making it harder for me to play hide and seek junior. Especially when U.S. Attorney Michael Garcia recently claimed that it is perfectly legal to use my cell phone to track me down without a warrant.

So If I voluntarily transmit my exact GPS-derived location to a cellular provider when I call to get information about nearby restaurants or driving directions, the Justice Department believes that my location should be available to our fine-and-fair secret national police, without a warrant.

I know that is not what Louis Freeh promised, that's not what Congress wrote, and that's not what a majority of federal judges who have looked at this have decided.

So for now, there's nothing from stopping some gung-ho prosecutors from doing a little judge-shopping to find a sympathetic judge to interpret the law in their favor. I call that cheating junior and maybe even unconstitutional but you haven't let that stop you before.



More Republicans are moving out of lock step junior. Some would describe the recent Republican discord as saying "the hob nailed boots" are not all hitting the ground in unison. There is discord, some outright defiance and even a new lawsuit against your NSA domestic wiretap program by a fellow Republican.

Scott Tooley, a Republican, and former Congressional aide and law school graduate, educated at renowned Christian universities, has filed suit against you, Vice President and relevant federal agencies for their illegal surveillance programs.

According to the complaint, filed last Friday in the U.S. District Court for the District of Columbia, the Bush-Cheney Administration initiated numerous illegal and perpetual surveillance methods on Mr. Tooley and his family after he was incorrectly placed on the TSA's "selectee" or watch list.

Many Republicans are very concerned that you are using NSA to spy on any Republican who might not agree with your administration. Now that is down right sneaky junior. Didn't they all sign loyalty oaths?


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 23, 2006 2:41:05 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
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Thank you again for taking the time to write.

Bubble boy's often get surprises about reality.

Mr. President,
Bad things can happen to bubble boys junior. Your "reliable" inner circle failed you again. Either that or this is a clever Rove plot to make Republican's look good. But since you have your eyes on that statue you want erected next to the Lincoln memorial, I going to go out on a limb and say you didn't know anything again. I do like your initial response though junior. Business rules over the well being of America,

You've got until March 20 to attack Iran junior, because on that day Iran is threatening to open a new exchange where countries can buy and sell oil in euros and dollars.

They will also establish new oil pricing standard in euros. Up to now everybody was buying oil with American dollars called petrol-dollars. Remember petrol-dollars junior. But countries are getting a bit skittish on the dollar's real value when we have such huge deficits.

The petrol-dollar may be going on life support junior and Iran is just itching to put it there. Countries are overflowing with overvalued dollars and may be very tempted to dump them for Iranian "black gold".

Remember when Dead Eye Dick told you not to worry about the size of your twin deficits because “Ronald Reagan proved that budget deficits don’t matter.” Well size does matter junior. Reagan didn't give out several huge tax cuts while paying a crazy amount of money for a war that is draining money faster than Superman on laxatives and oil at $60 a gallon junior.

I don't know the probability of it actually happening because so many countries are heavily invested in American assets but if a lot of countries flock to the euro and dump a lot of dollars, it could very well aggravate the upcoming recession and then it's adios American economy. Hello future Hooverville/Bushvilles!

What's a Hooverville/Bushville you say? This is important junior because yesterday's Hooverville could be synonymous with the future's "Bushvilles” Hooverviles were shanty homes people had to move to outside of the cities after they lost everything during the Great Depression of the 30's. They were named after President Herbert Hoover because they blamed him for creating the depression.

Your tenure as President has recorded a record number of loan defaults and negative savings. You also know the "real" unemployment rate is significantly higher than advertised because of the way it is "calculated." China is all over your back, India is taking service jobs away, Oil is rising, Iran is building nukes, Iraq is a black hole for American soldier's lives, money, and your credibility is lower than whale poop.

You know technicians and scientists in California thought they had something unique when they recently announced a process that can generate electric power from dog feces via a methane digester that uses microorganisms to gobble up the crap and emit methane which could be collected and burned to run a turbine.

Those pencil geeks should read a paper once in a while because If they did, they would have realized you have been running the whole government on bull feces since you entered office junior.

p.s.
The destruction of Askariya Shrine, one of Iraq's most famous Shiite religious shrine in Samarra is a very bad thing junior it’s just lucky you have a top notch states-person like Condi in the area to calm things down. Don't you wish.


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 22, 2006 12:50:15 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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Listeria just happens I guess junior.

Mr. President,
Don't get me wrong I like Kermit's song "Its Nice Being Green"And just because we have an excessive amount of Carbon Monoxide CO2 in the air because of global warming doesn't mean you should allow the meat companies to use it to "fake us out" on the freshness of meat junior.
Why would the FDA risk consumer health like that? One could ask how much the meat industry contributed to GOP campaigns? But not me.

Focus for a little bit junior and think about it.

  • CO2 keeps the meat looking red even if it is spoiled. (Yuk!)
  • The FDA does not require meat and fish companies to identify which packages were subjected to CO2.( Russian Roulette with food will make it much more exciting to got to the store.)
  • The European Union banded its use years ago.( Interesting.)
  • FDA called it a color "fixative" which does not require a rigorous FDA review like the word color "additive". (Why?)
  • George H. Pauli, associate director for science and policy in the FDA's Office of Food Additive Safety said The FDA didn't approve it exactly they just didn't reject its use. (Oh good now that makes me feel much better.)
  • Hundreds of people get seriously ill and many die from food poisoning each year now. (Want to guess how high those numbers will go now?)
  • If you get sick you can't even tell where it came from because the FDA also refuses to mandate any kind of audit tracking system on meat. It does however provide large meat packing companies complete deniability for any problems. (This piece fits nicely with the tort reform you always push. You didn't want to clutter the courts with meaningless food poisoning lawsuits.)

Hurry hurry come right in, Spin the wheel of meat. place your bets down ladies and gentlemen. Step right up.

And bring your reading glasses junior, because the "expire code" is all you will have to tell if is OK to eat. That is if the "case ready" packages which are now produced at the slaughter house are handled with proper constant cooling from slaughter house to storage to trucks to warehouse to another truck to your grocer's storage area and ultimately to your grocer's refrigerated meat shelves.

Holy roller Batman!
The World Council of Churches, which include 350 mainstream Protestant, Anglican, and Orthodox churches including the United Methodist Church sharply denounced your Iraq war on Saturday, accusing you of "raining down terror" and apologizing to other nations for "the violence, degradation and poverty our nation has sown." They also said "We mourn all who have died or been injured in this war. We acknowledge with shame abuses carried out in our name."
In your scoring system for Most Popular Christian President, I think you can chalk these people as "against."

But never mind those churches junior. The GOP has plenty of churches to exploit, like the ones in North Carolina.
The latest GOP endeavor there is something that sounds like "praise the lord and pass the church directory." It is very imaginative. Not sure if it is legal and it jeopardizes the tax status of the churches that participate in this voter drive. But you can use their tax money after they are discredited as a charitable organizations, to make a bunch of patriotic backdrops for your speeches in time for the November elections.

It must be church week because Alberto "Gonzo" found himself in an Alabama Church this week at a dedication.
How did Gonzo make out in Alabama junior? Did he escape OK without people turning their backs on him while he spoke. I almost feel sorry for Tio Taco, but he is only getting what he deserves. It's tough being your friend junior. Not as tough as being Cheney's friend. But it's no fun being in front of non-preapproved or selected audiences. Does he get "Reality"pay when he is outside the bubble and has to deal with average Americans?

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 21, 2006 12:19:15 PM CST
To: Robertg6@earthlink.net

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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Have a great President's day junior.


Mr. President,
Your plan to build Nukes is just not inspiring junior. This is sad buddy, not as sad as your "switch grass" strategy but still pretty gull durn sad. At least you proclaimed a whole week as “energy week” to kick start your energy initiatives like "switch grass." (Note to readers: I just found out an Illinois Nuke just had a fuel rod problem, but I had already sent the e-mail to the White House. Timing is everything. I am sure junior is thinking the same thing)

For someone who believes in intelligent design and disavows the world's scientists about global warming you sure put a lot of faith in technology.

Invest in the young geeks you say; well as long as they study what you decide, right junior.
The simplest way to define your view on science education and this year's NASA budget policy is that you must want kids to become scientists you just don't want them to work on anything that might be related to earth or space science. "This budget is bad for space science, worse for Earth science, perhaps worse still for aeronautics," said Science Committee Chairman Sherwood L. Boehlert (R-N.Y.)

I guess you don't want anyone to look too closely at global warming and other environmental issues now or in the future. Hell, that may prove many companies run by your supporters have been contributing to global warming and many other deadly maladies. If anyone wants to pin the earth's sad shape on you in the future you may try this one. "Scientists from around the world did not agree that man had any effect on Global warming, we just had bad intelligence."


Well no need to worry about what people will say about you tomorrow. "We'll all be dead in a hundred years anyway." Isn't that what you told that elite journalist junior.

But since it's 2006, why don't you talk about your last four years of accomplishments in providing incentives to develop alternative fuels or how you created stricter guidelines on the auto industry to provide more efficient cleaner running cars? Strike that junior I forgot you didn't do either.

OK, you could also tell people how you mandated utility companies to become more efficient and how the latest Clean Air Mercury Rule you issued in 2005; coal-fired plants will have to reduce their mercury emissions. Well, you did and you didn't junior. Let me give you a suggestion about that argument buddy.

Don't compare your EPA ruling to Clinton's mandate that you overruled which called for 600% to 700% lower mercury emissions than your Clean Air Mercury Rule. I would also forget to mention that you also decided to re-label mercury emissions as non-toxic.


Isn't it ironic junior, that a small spill from a broken thermostat mercury switch brings HAZMAT people out in full air pack enclosed chemical suits to mop it up and yet you allow utility companies to pump thousands of tons of mercury into the air. Hummm. It is a conundrum junior. If a little bit is on the ground its toxic but if thousands of tons of it is in the air it's non-toxic. I'm confused.

Oh I know, you could tell people how much more efficient and safer the coalmines are. Oops, better not bring up mine safety.

Well good luck with “energy week " junior. Do people in your cabinet get air miles for all of this?



You may want to rethink your visit to Pakistan in March junior. The Cartoon war, the Iraq war and the Culture war are all coming together for your Persian Lap Boy. "Perve" is in trouble. He is between the "depleted uranium and the Koran", the Mideast's present-day version of the rock and the hard place. Can we say "destabilized region"?


Musharraf's opposition is growing. Qazi Hussain Ahmed, the leader of Jamaat-e-Islami was arrested soon after he publicly stated "We will not stop till we achieve our objectives against the present rulers," he said. "General Pervez Musharraf is acting as the representative of western civilisation and is fighting a battle against Islamic values." Ahmed was arrested of course but his movement is not.


Why are people suddenly so upset about living in poverty junior? They lived in poverty last year and their parents and parent's parents were poor. So what's the deal?
If you could jammed their TV and radio signals they wouldn't know that people in oil rich countries don't all live in dirt floor shanties. Now you've got Venezuela, Uruguay, and Nigeria recently getting all uppidy about nationalizing the country's oil and for what what would they do with that money anyway? They wouldn't begin to know how to work today's modern appliances. I know you are thinking, If you gave those people stuff like microwaves, they would probably use it store their drugs.

When you spoke with Michael Crichton for over an hour to talk about global warming myths. You did realize that he writes fiction right junior. According to his bio. he writes science fiction. In fact he once under the fictitious name of Jeffery Hudson. (Note to junior Check terrorist lists for the name Hudson)

I am just glad you don't latch onto Steven King's ideas about telekinesis. You might be tempted to communicate with your just your brain. I heard that you can crash the presses at the New York Times by visualizing their moving conveyors of paper while closing your eyes and straining yourself until you almost have a bowel movement. Let me know if you crash the paper or soil your pants first junior.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 20, 2006 1:14:43 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
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Nobody gives you any credit.

Mr. President,


After all the concern about the American soldiers and Iraqis that died so far in the Iraq war, nobody and I mean nobody has credited you with saving untold thousands of Iraq and Iranian lives from future battles of Shiites and Saddam's Sunni's run military.

Iran has always wanted to be the premier power in the Mideast. In the 80's they spent eight years and wasted thousands of lives waging a war to overthrow Saddam.

So now that you removed Saddam for them, there is nothing to stop the Mullahs in Iran.

Iran is on a roll junior and you gave them the wheels.

Everything seems to be going their way. The high price of oil has boosted Iran's status in the region and they are also making a lot of points by openly defying you, junior.

They were more than a little concerned when you invaded Iraq but then they saw the world's most powerful military humbled by a rag tag group of dead enders. (Rummy's words not mine)

Iran is not stupid they are also taking out some insurance by playing "nice" with China, Russia, Turkey and Venezuela.

The long repressed Shiites Saddam had under albeit, brutal control are now free to join the Shiites in Iran. Iranian influence now ranges from Iran through Kurdistan, Iraq, Turkey, Syria, and down into Israel's neighbor Lebanon itself.

You removed that one critical piece that kept Iran's religious Shiite fundamentalists in check junior. Your disaster in Iraq boosted the religious extremists support in the Iranian elections and as you like to say "freedom is now on the march" except Iranian's idea of freedom is freedom of western influence.
Oh, I forgot to mention Iran may begin selling their oil for euros instead of dollars. Any guess on how many countries will happily dump over-valued dollars for euros junior?

Can you say oops .



There is no end to the distractions you can find when you are in trouble is there junior. You have successfully ignored Darfur pretty well until you recently needed some different headlines out there.
How christian of you to finally realize their plight. If your fakery of compassion is as great as your audacity to look like a warm human being, those poor people may actually get something before something shiny catches your attention and you dump Darfur like 2003's Cheney e-mails to Scooter.


Your laser-like focus on National Security junior has provided some dividends. Our port security was recently enhanced with the $6.8 billion sale to the United Arab Emirates which will allow them to control operations of six major American ports.
The deal was blessed by your highly placed political appointees in the FBI ,CIA and several other three and for lettered department heads. Some people would say it is a very clever application of "picking the terrorist group to run our ports" rather than allowing the terrorists pick one for themselves. So how are you going to play this hand partner? Will business win out over the fear you planted in Americans the last four years or can your spin machine get you out of it.

It is not like Rummy to say the terrorists are winning as he did on Friday, even if he is only referring to the media wars, Unless he needs more cover to counter the backlash of his request for billions of dollars to cover a few more months of " kill the occupiers" in Iraq.


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 19, 2006 12:59:35 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
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Move along there is nothing to see here.

Mr. President,
I was happy to hear the Cheney shooting escapade is all over. Texas lawyer Harry Whittington, had a press conference on Friday, bearing bruises and pockmarks from birdshot. He said he considered himself lucky and apologized to Vice Prsident Cheney for all the trouble the incident caused.

In a related story over 500 Guantanimo prisoners sent a huge "Sorry" letter especially made by Hallmark, to Secretary of Defense Donald Rumsfield. They apologized for all the extra effort and stress American interrogators have to go through every day. They are grateful for the meals they receive every day and are offering to pay for the non-reusable plastic tubes shoved down their throats twice a day, by working on the camp commander's tomato garden and in the camp's laundry room to wash blood stains off the uniforms.

The orange-jump-suited prisoners also explained that the camp should not be closed as suggested by human rights groups and the UN. They are happy to live, at what Rush Limbaugh correctly described as the cuban paradise resort.


No seriously, all the questions about Mr "Locked and Seriously Loaded" Cheney, have been satisfactorily answered by Cheney and FOX TV. McClellan is off the hook and can safely tell the press corp. there is
nothing more here to look at. Move along now, be nice little stenographers and move along little doggies.



Separatists and religious extremists from several parts of the world are expanding their working knowledge of bombs and other deadly insurgent tactics.

Islamic separatists in violence-wracked southern Thailand are using weapons and tactics imported from the largest terrorist university in the world, Iraq.

I heard grateful insurgents named some of the school's buildings after Rummy, Cheney, and Wolfowitz. Don't get jealous. Sure they got buildings named after them, but they dedicated a whole wing to just you junior, their best recruiter.

And you thought nobody would honor you in your lifetime.

It is 7:22 p.m. CST and I have not received the standard "thanks for writing" auto response from the White House.

Happy President's Day Weekend junior

Mr. President,
Are you having a party with cake? Will you have games like pin the tail on the Democrats, What's the matter can't you work within a budget? You know a billion here a billion can soon add up to serious money. The original estimate for the war was $50 to $60 billion and it is now up to $400 billion and that's not the end yet. You know if a man finds himself in a hole he should stop digging. That is unless you figger on someone else, in say three years, will have to take the responsibility to fill the hole.

Size matters right junior. Psychiatrists say that people who have to show off their big cars have "severely shriveled" and inadequate opinions of themselves. Now that China is growing by leaps and bounds I guess it was time to show off your stuff. I can only imagine what psychiatrists are saying about your mental/physical state when you feel you have to show off your big shiny carriers? Haven't you ever heard that you shouldn't dig up more snakes than you can kill junior?


Congratulations on squashing the NSA warrant-less wiretap investigation. And getting Gonzalez to oversee the Amramoff investigation is as masterful and as his timely involvement of classifying Cheney's e-mails regarding Valerie Plame as top secret.

Isn't it lots of fun when you got the boys and the toys. Ain't nobody going to get anywhere when your man Gonzo is in the middle of it.


Isn't it ironic that Saddam Heussein warned the United States and Britain that he heard terrorists were planning to attack America in the 90's. He said it would NOT be by Iraq but religious extremists who were talking about it and thought the United States should know about it. That will show those Mid East countries to warn us.

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Date: February 17, 2006 1:36:54 PM CST
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Do you have the Guantanimo blues?

Mr. President,
Pentagon personnel seemed upset with the UN because their report confirms that Guantanimo is no the place to start a diet because soldiers shove tubes in and pull them out of your throat twice a day without any anesthetics while you are strapped into a chair.

Bryan Whitman, a Pentagon spokesman, complained about UN inspectors, he said "These are the same individuals that we offered an opportunity to go down and see first hand the operations at Guantanamo, who declined the offer and so their report suffers from the first hand account that they could have had." The Pentagon had offered U.N. officials a visit to the facility, but Whitman acknowledged that the experts would not have had direct access to the detainees. So in other words the UN people can come visit just not talk to anyone. I think they are just upset because of the newly released Abu Gharib photos.

Junior, you should have sent the UN inspectors a video tape of Guantanimo. I think either FOX or the Lincoln group could have cranked one out for them.

You could then send Senator Frist with the tape to the UN where Frisky could diagnosed the conditions of the inmates while viewing the videotape.


The $7.5 million Condi wants to correct the Hamas debacle is a pittance junior. The crisis between Islam and the West is wider than the U.S. trade deficit and growing.

It will take someone else besides you junior. Your race is run out there. You and your administration are about as welcomed in the Mid East as a flame thrower in a gun powder factory.


You are actually kind of hated everywhere junior. As a Sydney paper stated "America as globally "red, white and booed", noting: "The United States's standing dropped sharply as a result of the Iraq war, and it hasn't hit rock bottom yet."
Between last October and January, only 29 per cent of Australians had a "mainly positive" attitude towards the US, while 60 per cent were "mainly negative" and 11 per cent undecided.


America's popularity also fell, among allies such as Britain and South Korea. Only the French and Germans, opponents of the invasion of war in Iraq, are less enthusiastic about the US than Australians.


The latest hit movie in Turkey "Valley of the Wolves" , the most expensive movie ever made in the country, has the audience cheering whistling and clapping as a Turkish agent plunges a knife into the chest of an American commander.


Mc Donald's, Kentucky Fried Chicken outlets and other American establishments are on fire in Pakistan. I am not talking about record sales I mean the crowds set them on fire.



It is a shame that all the weapons Rummy uses to ply some cooperation, all the money Karen throws away on propaganda groups for FOX-type coverage, all the kissing up to the UN, and all the saber rattling will only leave you with a military option in Iran junior. Fire up the tacticians at US Central Command and call up the Israeli spotters.


Did you tell "Lap Boy" Blair that American B2 bombers will need to use British bases? How are you going to kill off the hundreds of scientists and technicians that could rebuild Iran's nuclear capabilities and how can you keep pesky Iranians from blocking shipping lanes after the attack?


As much fun as it is to pick on one of the world's biggest and obnoxious bully. I am suffering from Cheney fatigue. Will you just make him go a different undisclosed location perhaps the Betty Ford Clinic. He will have to get himself cleaned up before facing pending charges regarding Valerie Plame and or possible manslaughter charges in Texas if Whittington takes a dirt nap. This

Song

says it all. (Note: I added this link after I sent this e-mail to Bush)


It is 5:24 p.m. CST and I have not received the normal White House auto- response form.

Just one more mill stone around your neck junior.

Mr. President,
The question of the week has become why did Dick waited 18 hours to tell anyone he shot someone? Despite Dick's admission that he was responsible for shooting he was adamant that he is not sorry about the delayed announcement. I wonder why he is happy with the decision to wait? Oh and no one believes the 90 yards part or that his lady witness friend was near the accident. She was by the car. Tell him to try again.

And why was the investigating officer not allowed to talk to Dick right after the accident? If Dick didn't have anything to hide why didn't he let someone know sooner? It is a conundrum. Humm.

One possible answer is that Dick was not just slightly drunk, but obviously drunk. So drunk it would have been obvious to anyone who came near him right afterwards. Not that he didn't have enough reason to drink that day. Several Republican and Democrats just announced that Dick should be investigated after the press found out Dick told Libby to talk to the newspapers about Valerie Plame. Didn’t you bitch Dick out for pressing you to use the NSA to spy on Americans without FISA court approval? Or maybe it's because Dick knows Abramoff has something juicy on him. Or maybe because Iraq and everything else you have touched is going so well in general junior.

Are you advocating free speech on China’s internet so you can read the sites they visit, read their e-mails, instant messages, and monitor their chat rooms, just like you monitor us right?

Did anyone read you your rights yet junior because you are being tried in absentia. The proceedings were aired on Al Jazeera. You, Lap Boy and the Butcher are all charged with crimes against humanity according to the International Court of Justice. The Deputy Secretary General of the Union of Arab Lawyers has convened the trial. They stood in silence to honor those who were killed by Americans and Zionists. It looked like a real trial junior with witnesses and everything. How do you plead junior?
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I love your Valentine's gift to Condi.

Mr. President,
That was a nice valentine you gave Condi this week. Sending Rummy to North Africa instead of Condi was a very thoughtful gesture. I wonder how Condi took the news? Did she use the time well and buy shoes after her Sunday talk show? Was she told ahead of time that Rummy is negotiating arms deals for prisons? Or is she getting waylaid like Colin Powell?

I can almost hear Rummy defend trading arms in exchange to build interrogation and detention facilities.

"Oh my goodness, are we torturing prisoners? No, the United States does not torture prisoners. Are we sending weapons to North Africa?"
"It is a plain fact that you, you, you can't fight terrorists without weapons. We are in a global fight against terror!"

"They have things they desire, and we have things we can be helpful with,"
Oh by the way, Rummy did actually mention the last one after a recent meeting with president, Abdelaziz Bouteflika of Algeria.

Who ever came up with the phrase "extraordinary rendition" did a nice job junior. It has a nice ring to it like "termination with extreme prejudice"
So now that Gitmo Air will have a more permanent destination in North Africa. Will you offer an IPO for the airline operation now that it is expanding its operations? It has the other airlines beat on government subsidies and in-flight services. It could make a killing!


Cheney is a stitch! When Whittington heard Cheney said "No one would have imagined the gun would go off" Whittington laughed and laughed until some bird shot moved into his heart and he is back in intensive care. Oops!

Don't think Republicans are the only ones that do dumb things. Democratic leaders just trashed Hackett in Ohio. Some people think he is too extreme just because he says what he thinks. I guess he has not learned the art of "spin" yet. Another one bites the dust. But it's good news for you junior, if the Democrats loose Ohio you might not get impeached.

Things are getting tougher for Sharon. Not only is he in a coma that he probably won't wake from, but his son is going to jail for campaign fraud. What goes around comes around for the butcher of Jenin, Sabra and Shatila. Have you watched "My Name Is Earl"? Maybe you should think about your own Karma junior.

p.s.
The spokesman for the American Heart Association said he couldn’t understand why you want to eliminate a $1.5 million program that provides defibrillators to rural communities and trains local personnel on how to use the machines to restart hearts that go into cardiac arrest. What's the matter junior, don't you think Cheney might need one when he quits or is impeached out of his government job?

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Sorry junior I couldn't help it.

Mr. President,
Listen junior. I know I said I was not going to stoop to Cheney shoots lawyer jokes but it is just too hard to avoid them. Here are some of the better ones.

Cheney shot the lawyer just to watch him die. I heard FOX had the following headline "Lawyer Harry Whittington NOT shot by Cheney as liberal media claims. Shooting partner runs into Cheney's Shotgun pellets." "Cheney's accidental shooting of Harry Whittington Clinton's fault." New Cheney saying, "Guns don't shoot people, I do." SEN. PAT ROBERTS, (R-Kan.) has asked the Justice Department to investigate who leaked the Cheney story. "The leaked story regarding Cheney has significantly hurt our ability to track down al Al Queda" Roberts, said. Cheney says "It was perfectly legal to shoot Harry Whittington, Congress authorized the use of force after 9/11. " and finally "No one would have anticipated the gun going off." OK junior, I got it out of my system for now.


Folks seem to be leaving CIA counterintelligence in droves.
It seems that arm of the CIA is so hollow it has an echo. I heard there is a sign at Langley that says, "Will the last agent please turn off the lights."
Or is Rummy's group now responsible for all counter intelligence? I think he has fallen in love with his own perspective and anyone else who agrees with him, everyone else must be a "dead-ender" I guess.


Anyway here is a job ad you can put up on Monster.com
Wanted: CIA counterintelligence officials to work in plush stress-free working environment must attend six-month rotational training assignment on the Vice-President and Secretary of Defense staff. Typical duties include taking dictation from White House committee meetings, filing and shredding. Applicant approval will require passing top security screening and proper political party donation history. Counterintelligence skills and or experience not mandatory; will train.

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Date: February 13, 2006 4:26:42 PM CST
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Dick shooting his lawyer friend is tragic but so funny. Just wait.

Mr. President,
This whole thing with Dick shooting his lawyer friend on the same day both Republicans and Democrats are asking for an investigation into his role in outing Valerie Plame is just too funny.
I will spare you the obvious puns like Dick not killing him because he prefers torture. I could go on and on but lets leave it to Letterman and Leno.

Junior, have you ever counted the number of times the headlines start with the words "Bush defends"?
Here are just a few examples of Goggle 414,000 listings although many of them are repeats; here are many of the low lights.

Bush defends Medicare drug plan
Bush defends NSA wiretaps
Bush Defends Abramoff Photos
Bush Defends Iraq Policy
Bush defends goals to slash Mid East oil
Bush defends his goal of spreading Democracy
Bush defends ignoring protesters
Bush defends repeated tax cuts
Bush defends Patriot Act
Bush defends Environmental Policies
Bush defends Katrina Response
Bush defends mining records
Bush defends Guantanimo Prison
Bush defends Major spending cuts
Bush defends rejection of Kyoto Treaty
Bush defends Huge Iraq war cost
Bush defends new budget proposal
Bush defends Harriet Miers
Bush defends Iraq war hunt
Bush defends decision not to assist California with power outages
Bush defends flying away from New York after terrorist strikes

How many more arrows can you take junior before the ship sinks?




Hey nerds don't let the door hit you in the gluteus maxim-us!
I heard you are thinking about visiting The National Renewable Energy Laboratory later this month. Jeepers junior you may have to stuff the audience with sympathetic supporters with pocket protectors to sit at the desks of those 100 scientists from this division, you laid off late last year.
Does cutting $20 million and 35 percent of all the renewable energy programs ring a bell? It wouldn't hurt to ante up before you go to this photo op junior. Maybe you can hold up a battery for the cameras and smile.


It is 12:18 p.m. CST and I have not received the White House's automated response.

I guess soldiers are as disposable as razors.

Mr. President,
After all the talk about serving our country, all the flags, country music songs and yellow ribbons, our soldiers are just not worth much when they come back broken. That is, according to ex-Secretary Anthony J. Principi and others in your cabinet junior. They are just red numbers on the wrong side of the government's ledger. Their mangled lives seem inconsequential once they have fired their last rifle in battle. Where investment in our troops is concerned boots on the ground trumps bodies in the field.


Three years ago 263,257 were told they could not apply for VA care because their income was too high according to their government. So they are left to their own devices to figure out how to pay for their own health insurance. And since they were serving overseas many of the companies they worked either increased their premiums or dropped their health care coverage completely.


It is no accident that MSNBC has recently begun supporting the "Fallen Heroes Fund" for a rehab unit in San Antonio Texas. Once again you pull the funding for them and leave it up to charities and churches to clean up your mess. Unfortunately for our wounded soldiers many people are either living paycheck to paycheck or they are "burned out" after the Tsunami and Katrina relief efforts. So while this project may meet its goals others may not fare nearly as well.



Junior tell Saddam to please take back his old job, all is forgiven. You may not listen to many people junior but when Israel's domestic security agency, Shin Bet said in a speech to teenage Jewish settlers in the West Bank "a strong dictatorship like Saddam, would be preferable to the present "chaos" in Iraq."


They think you made their world more unsafe junior. Do you ever lay in bed and wonder how it all fell apart junior? Do you ask yourself things like "Where did I miss the boat"? Perhaps you should have listened to your dad's advice regarding Cheney. Oh well.


How was your “come-to-Jesus” meeting go with the Republican Congressmen? Did you remind them about Rove's Black List? And did you change their diapers and hold their hands junior afterwards?
They seem kind of shaky these days. They are weak and undeserving of your love. Tell them to stuff their concerns. You are the king, god talked to you! Weak lords and vassals cannot run the country but they are still necessary. At least Frisky and The Fat Man are pulling their weight anyway.


It was very compassionate of Frisky to help the ailing Pharmaceutical industry get their money's worth from him. The $271,523 in campaign donations to his re-election campaign bought them millions maybe billions of money saved from people who may want to sue Pharmaceutical companies if they are harmed or killed by any of their vaccines. So all that time and money spent on safeguarding new vaccines can now go towards more of those quality TV commercials.


Frisky and Fat Man Hastert included the provision into the Defense Department appropriations bill at the last minute without the approval of members of a House-Senate Conference Committee. And the Democrats were not told a thing about it even after Sen. bridge-to-nowhere Stevens denied its inclusion to Rep. David Obey.


The assault on the Congress, via slipping this provision in at the last minute caused some soreness. Many of the unaware-lawmakers didn't even get a dinner out of it. Crying Congressmen thought they were getting something else, but tough turkey right junior. They had it coming to them.


Frisky and the Fat Man know more about what is good for America than anyone else, (I mean besides you and Cheney), so why waste time bringing it up for debate on the floor. They would only screw it all up.


The question is quickly becoming not how much Republicans will prostitute themselves but for how long.


I love our democracy... no make that your kingdom junior. because there is nothing too good for the U.S. It’s the best damn "government" money can buy.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 11, 2006 9:50:24 PM CST
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Mr. President,
The "NSA shuffle" Townsend performed was classic. He could not say whether any of the data collected by the NSA had anything to do with uncovering the "alleged" plot to fly planes into the LA towers. (Whether it was because of security concerns or because they didn't have anything to say was not mentioned of course) But it was a nice way of overlapped the "terror" issue with NSA eavesdropping. Sounds a lot like the Osama and Saddam overlap ploy.

It provides some cover for those Republicans up for election to run on and to reinforce the "Republicans = security" formula. It is sure to make a lot of people think the NSA actually had anything to do with breaking up the plot. You might get a few rating points and take some heat off any kind of serious investigation.

More "Brownies" are biting the dust
Now that Brownie got his digs in at Capital Hill, How many more disgruntled-appointees-of-dubious talents are waiting in the wings?
Corporation for Public Broadcasting seems to have rooted out a few more of your bungling/Republican cronies. Seems like some career people just don't cotton to incompetence no matter who their daddy is or whether they were pioneers, rangers or just Texan buckaroos. Michael Pack, William Schulz, James Denton, son of Jeremiah Denton, a conservative Alabama Republican are all looking for job references. Time will tell how many more incompetents will leave office. There may even be an opening at the top.

Putti Poot you've got some “splaning” to do!
Junior your "soul man" is inviting Hamas to Moscow! He said, "Hamas came to power through a democratic and legitimate election and one should respect the choice of the Palestinian people." Isn't just like a Russian leader to use the "democracy" card to win an argument. And all along I thought you were the only one to do that.

Katy bar the door! Here is one more CIA leaker to discredit.
Paul R. Pillar a 28 year ex-CIA agency's leading counterterrorism analyst on the Middle East who was responsible for coordinating assessments on Iraq from all 15 agencies in the intelligence community. He is trash talking your "cherry picking" efforts on beginning the war junior. Tell Rummy to get the psy ops disinformation team ready.

Did Scooter drop a dime on Dick?
I can't believe that just when you thought Libby had his lips firmly attached to Cheney's buttocks, he rats him out. Is it just an attempted legal ploy junior or is there fire under that smoke screen?

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Run for cover! Brownie might be ready to blow!

Mr. President
The infamous Mr. Brown is going to testify before Congress about the Katrina debacle and he is now a private citizen with no protection against perjury like your "home boys."

The leaders of the Senate Homeland Security and Governmental Affairs Committee have accused you of hurting their inquiry junior. FEMA lawyers were able to keep the lid on Brown during a Jan. 23 staff interview but he isn't in the employ of the government anymore. The committee has a few questions about times, dates and phone calls with the White House during your Katrina meltdown.

Pass the hat around FEMA and kick in a few bucks yourself for Brownie’s lawyer junior. It is no time to get cheap.

Somewhere between "go to hell" and "shut up"I think the level of polite discourse between countries has gone down the toilet junior. There is little to read between the lines here. There is no "political speak." The message should be pretty obvious even to the pretty Washington people in suits; they are saying "stuff it buddy".

Chavez tells British Prime Minister Tony Blair to "go right to hell" when lap boy tells Hugo to establish democratic principles, then the leader of Hezbollah tells you and Condi to "shut up" after both of you accused Syria and Iran of fueling protests over cartoons of the Prophet Muhammad. You would think there was a war of cultures here. Hey junior do I hear Niger yellow cake, disrupted terrorists plans, elevated alerts and mushroom clouds in Des Moines?
There's nothing like a good meal at Gitmo yummy.
How dare those alleged terrorists with yet-to-be-determined crimes against America to want to die on us! Didn't you tell them they were going to get a fair trial before you execute them in the gas chamber you had built? (The builder kind of slipped up about that detail a couple of months ago.) Damn those leakers!


Forced feeding those yet-to-be-charged-with-anything prisoners by moving them from "isolation cells" and then strapping them into "restraint chairs,” for hours a day, and feeding them through tubes to prevent them from deliberately vomiting afterward must have been Cheney or Gen. Miller's 's idea. It just seems like a fun thing they would come up with.

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You didn't really say that did you?

Mr. President,
Hey Captain Obvious, how far do you think your comments on "urging the world to halt violence over cartoons" is really going to go? Jesus, that is embarrassing even for you. Headlines like "Bush urges end to cartoon protests" just makes you sound like you are saying "The King decrees a halt to cartoon protests", and you know that won't play well in Karbala.
Condi's harping about linking Iran to the protests is also pretty transparent, abroad anyway.

The Mideast is a tinderbox junior. Are you proud of your role in making it that way? You had some help with Sharon's oppressive treatment of the Palestinians but your invasion of Iraq was a key component. Now a simple cartoon has set off a firestorm which has no end yet.
Osama has to be laughing his turban off. Isn't it odd that your aims and Osama's aims seemed to cross paths like they did? And you both won. You both created a symbiotic relationship that has shaken the world.

"Gen. Peter Schoomaker, the top Army officer, told the senators that heavy use of the Guard and Reserve has given the Army time to reorganize and prepare for its regular troops to take on a broader role beginning in March."
Could the real reason be two fold here junior? One: It is an election year and you want to offset the damage of Abramoff, Valerie Plame, Tom Delay, Katrina, etc. etc. And Two: you don't have enough National Guard troops because of continually missing the recruitment goals?
No surprise here junior, the spin was expected.

I found it kind of ironic that Lydon Johnson's legacy was on display yesterday at Coretta King's funeral.
When Johnson pushed for Civil Rights in the South, he said he knew it would cost the Democratic party the South. He was right and you are the product of that move. And so were most of the Black speakers, because without Johnson's courageous decision to do what was right for the country instead of what was good for the Democratic Party, none of you would have been there.
There is NO WAY you would have done something so courageous. That junior is the difference between you and greatness.

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Budget smudget, lets get it on!

Those gull-dern reporters are messing up your budget junior. They are saying you are cutting money to hospitals and nursing homes, home health care providers and hospices. Tell them what Bolton said, "they are modest reductions in the rate of growth", which are necessary for "protecting our citizens and our homeland." Maybe people won't focus on the 141 government programs cuts to things such as Medicare, and 40 education programs including student loan cuts, money to support private pensions, while buying more guns drones and bullets for Iraq while making tax cuts for your rich backers permanent.

Like I said before you got huevos, if Congress supports this budget as is your Republican majority will soon be a Republican minority in Congress and it's hello Congressional investigations.

But I guess you figure that you have an ace in the hole with Alito in the Supreme Court. The new and improved right wing Supreme Court will not support any impeachment. Will they?

But can you be sure they will rule against impeachment? Are you really sure?

Boy did they give it to you at the funeral! Bet you could have used a bathroom pass. Where was Condi when you needed her? Maybe you can ask yourself why they all hate you so much. But don't worry too much about it your fate is pretty much sealed. As you looked around didn't you wish that your wake would be treated with as much love and fan fare? Don't worry it won't be. Even in death Ms. Coretta King was more than your equal junior.


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Gonzo is sweating junior.

Mr. President,

Your boy Gonzo has done what he could, but I don't think he is believable.  He is sweating under the lights and those Democrats seem prepared. I never saw someone tap dance so much while he was sitting down before. Reminds me of one of those dancing Cossacks.  You know the ones that kick their legs in and out while they are in a sitting position. 

Gonzo doesn't have a communications receiver under his suit like you did during the debates. You think you can get him one? 

You seem to have a lot of faith in technology junior. It seems to your favorite topical ointment to put on any large problems. It will take care of global warming; it will take care of dependence on foreign oil suppliers.  It will take us to Mars, clean up the environment, reduce power plant emissions, improve car gas mileage, and clean up polluted rivers and lakes.  It will protect our country from missile attacks. 
But you can't walk the talk junior. 

None of these things have moved beyond your "talking" stage. Maybe you can get your "Intelligent Design" buddies to work on a solution.  
Or you can continue to sit back and let "market forces" and a "free market" take care of everything by itself.  
Did I forget any of your other trite tried-and-untrue solutions?  

Remember Poplar Bluff, Missouri junior. Just in case you don't videotape remembers everything, like when you said; "Ob Gyn's are not able to practice their love for women all across this country." 
I guess Dr. Charles Momah took you seriously but unfortunately Dr. Chuck "practiced his love for his patients" until they caught him and he was sentenced to 20 years on two counts of rape and two counts of indecent liberties with patients in Seattle. 


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It's Tough Being Your Friend.

Mr. President,
Hugo is running for re-election and he doesn't like you very much junior. It seems that people who use you as a punching bag seem to win their elections. "Hearts and Minds" are being lost junior, all around the world. I know you are against cloning but you are going to need an army of Karen Hughes's and billions of dollars to counter the "Bush Effect".

And it seems like anyone who agrees with you or even works with you gets shot or killed like Hala Jaber, the Sunni tribal leader who was murdered in the Iraqi city of Ramadi a day after taking part in talks with American and Iraqi officials
Sheikh Nasser Kareem al-Fahdawi, head of the al-Bu Fahad tribe and a physics professor at Anbar University, were also shot by insurgents opposed to the talks in late December.

So people around the world who work with you are on a "hit" list. And those who work against you become very popular and even get elected president.

You tell Americans not to fear globalization yet you would be the last person that could do it because many nations would rather work with your enemies unless you offer them bribes and/or weapon systems.

Hey junior, if you use your appointee George Deutsch as an example of the kind of person you want to be in charge of NASA scientists' communications, you might as well start making Chinese the preferred language for all manufacturing and pharmaceutical companies. Because the way you continue to value loyalty over competence these dander-heads will doom any plan to improve science and math in this country. You might as well say, "You’re doing a good job Georgie."
And just think of what might be happening with the CIA, FDA, USDA, FBI, CDC, and all the other three-letter government bureaus full of incompetent loyalists like Brownie, and Deutsch. Boy do I feel safe now.

Tell Alberto to use the standard "Rove-attack-and-divert-attention" method, as much as he can next week. Maybe you can get a "bounce" from those sheep that support you. Hello, NSA hello NSA, can you hear me now. Testing 1.2.3. Let me get you started, or at least add to the file. I am a Gemini and my favorite dessert is pie.


As of 3:03 a.m. CST I have not received the standard automated response from the White House.

Its Only Money Junior

Mr. President,

Your recent request for $70 billion with a "B" to pay for the wars in Iraq and Afghanistan will make it $120 Billion this year.
Most of the new money is going towards Iraq, which has cost an estimated $250 billion since the U.S. invasion in March 2003. Some of the money may even make it to Iraq and out of contractor's Swiss accounts.

The total amount of money spent since 9/11 is nearly $500 Billion, which is getting real close to the total amount of money the U.S. spent during the 13 years of the Vietnam War. You are spending about $4.5 Billion per month or about $100,000 per minute. If this is what we spend after you declare victory I would hate to see how much you would spend on Iraq if we were losing. Oh yea, I forgot we are losing.


You have broken another record with your war junior. Iraq has become the most dangerous place on earth for journalists since the Vietnam War. 63 journalists were killed over 20 years of fighting in Vietnam. 56 journalists have been killed so far in your Iraq War. Iraq is providing many more dead reporters per hour than any other war ever. Some people would say one of your priorities has always been to kill the news.


Sounds like your legacy has been set as the deadliest administration for the press ever. That is something you can brag to your father about.

Listen, as you reduce the number of our troops you know before the November elections, make sure that the remaining soldiers settle into those 4 long-term permanent bases that Rummy said we were not going to have when the war started.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 5, 2006 8:29:12 AM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

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We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
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Rummy Is On The March

Mr. President,

People may complain about the Iraq war junior, but it seems to be good for promotions in the Army. This year 97% of all eligible captains to the rank of major but unfortunately they are happening because of the large numbers of Army officers getting out of the Army at the highest rate since the Sept. 11, 2001. For example 13.8% of lieutenant colonels have left. This is the highest in more than a decade. That plus lowering the bar to allow felons and drug users could make the Army a group of incompetent officer corps and God-knows-what manning those guns.


Tie this into the fact that the U.S. Army has forced about 50,000 soldiers to continue serving after their voluntary stints ended under a policy called "stop-loss,” just goes to contradict Rummy's PR campaign. It shows how badly the Army is stretched and will further complicate efforts to attract new recruits.

Your buddies are not helping Rummy out either by bailing out. Australian Japan and even Tony are talking about pulling their troops out as soon as this summer.


Rummy has also been in the news a lot lately because of Lawrence Franklin, 59, who previously worked as one of Rummy's analysts and worked closely help to "filter out" just the right information" to support your justification to invade Iraq, in the office of the secretary of defense, was sentenced by U.S. District Judge T. S. Ellis. Franklin had pleaded guilty in October to sharing the information and also to illegally possessing classified documents. He has been tied to Iran-Contra and stove piping information for Cheney. It seems like the army is not the only ones who hires people with criminal pasts.

The separate Iraqi intelligence group Cheney set up is in the wind now but some of them like Franklin got caught anyway. It was a sweet deal. They cherry picked and distorted information they obtained from the CIA, ignored any CIA information that disagreed with the party line, then blamed the CIA afterwards for "bad information" they gave you as the "cover" you asked for start the war. After the lies were uncovered, the CIA gets the blame, gets reorganized and subjected to sign loyalty oaths as Cheney's group quietly steps out of the picture.

What's with Rummy this week? He seems to have a Hitler complex going on. He trashed Chavez at the National Press Club in Washington and said "He's a person who was elected legally, just as Adolph Hitler was elected legally, and then consolidated power...” He then described the Iraq war as the "long war," and likened al Qaeda leader Osama bin Laden to Adolf Hitler and Vladimir Lenin" In psychiatric circles they may refer to this as "projecting."


As of 9:12 p.m. CST I have not received their standard "Thank you for taking time to write" automatic response.

There Are Lies, Damn Lies and State of the Union lies. (not mine but it'sappropriate)

Mr. President,
Your support for ethanol is interesting because it takes more than 1 gallon of fuel to make 1 gallon of ethanol right now. I thought you said you wanted to conserve energy and this is as wasteful as asking Rush Limbaugh to deliver a package of "hill billy heroin to the pharmacy. Research is needed but I guess you are leaving that to the private sector because Government research scientists involved in from the National Renewable Energy Laboratory are being fired in two weeks or so. You don't happen to have big donors involved in ethanol research do you?

Did you tell your hand holding buddy from Saudi Arabia upfront that you were going to trash his country before the SOTU speech? Talk about turning on your oil-rich- friends on the very day that the Saudis supported you at the OPEC meeting by stopping Venezuela and Iran from cutting OPEC's oil production seems a tad ungrateful even for you junior.

Some people could call you a flip flopper especially as the recent bill passed by your Republican-led congress cuts $16 billion in future spending for funding education. Some may even say you lie or at least talk out of both sides of your mouth at once. I would find that hard for you to do since you usually have your foot in there as well.

Your lap dog Tony is having his share of problems as well. Many of the measures promised by Tony have been dropped despite his dramatic warning that "the rules of the game are changing". They don't have our famous red, yellow orange alerts maybe you could send Ashcroft over there to help them out with colors. I think that was all he accomplished wasn't it? I mean besides trying to promote his singing career. Oh and tell him that they spell it colours over there.

Speaking about your good buddies, in between checking with his lawyer regarding this Abramoff thing, Grover Norquist has joined a passel of Democrats, other Republicans and constitutional lawyers to say you broke the law junior when you decided to spy on Americans in America without a court order.
Yes they are calling you a criminal and they are not wackos. Some of them are actually your friends.

Well there are friends and there are friends, just ask King Faisal.


From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: February 2, 2006 8:44:04 PM CST
To: guzmatom@mac.com

On behalf of President Bush, thank you for your correspondence.
We appreciate hearing your views and welcome your suggestions.
Due to the large volume of e-mail received, the White House is
unable to respond to every message, and therefore this response
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Cindy Stole Some Of Your Thunder

Mr. President,
Sheehan upstaged you big time junior. What a bitch, but she is persistent isn't she? She actually took a considerable amount of ink and airtime away from you on your night of nights.

There was so much to pick apart in your SOTU speech I don't even know where to begin. One thing for sure you've got huevos. Your actions over the last five years speak much too loudly to hear anything you had to say today. Do you get tired of repeating yourself over and over and over again?

I know how to help boost the science proficiency though. Remember endorsing something called "intelligent design" not to long ago. Get those "intelligent design" "educators" to pony up and teach our children the world according to their philosophy? That would give us a real competitive edge against those Chinese and Indian scientists. Oh, and make sure they all prescribe to the notion that there is NO global warming.

The best response I can think of for your proposal of reducing our dependence on oil is ...DUHHH! Do you have memory issues? Remember how you refused to mandate any gas milage car improvements?

"A hopeful society comes to the aid of fellow citizens in times of suffering and emergency?"Ask the Katrina victims, Sounds nice junior, did Karl write that? So the logic of bombing Iraq to pieces makes sense. Destroy their country then kill them to end their suffering. Then there was the compassion you showed when you were governor of Texas.

How many people remember your famous quote when Karla Faye Tucker was up for a stay of execution before you in Texas? How did that reporter quote you " Bush whimpers, his lips pursed in mock desperation, "don't kill me.” [Talk magazine, 1999 -- As you refer to Karla Faye Tucker] after you sentenced her to death rather than allow her to serve a life sentence with no hope of parole. Now there you showed the level of compassionate you are capable of.

You're going to burn in hell junior. I am not a religious fanatic but I am truly amazed your tongue does not swell up and turn to ash in your mouth when you talk to us.

According to the latest Gallup Poll the majority of Americans and Ayman Al-Zawahiri agree on one thing they both say you are a failure. Sorry junior I think America is waking up despite your best efforts.


It is 5:47 CST and I have not received the standard " We thank you for taking time" automated response from the White House.