Jul 2006

Yak Yak Yak, bullshit lets blow something up!

Mr President,
I don't know why I bother trying to explain things to you. I guess I feel sorry for you.
You have led such a disconnected disassociated life from reality. You just can't relate to the real world of everyday people because you were never one of them. You are the Republican-neo-con version of Michael Jackson before he liked little boys.

I actually liked Michael Jackson's music. He was a good entertainer. Speaking of entertainment I like the balancing act your pro-Arab Mid East buddies are doing.

Egypt, Jordan and Saudi Arabia are standing on a knife-edge, with their government's support for the U.S. pulling them one way and the support for Hezbollah and Hamas by the majority of people in their countries pulling them the opposite way.

Since Israel is known for overreacting it was not a surprise to have them bomb Lebanon over six days of nonstop artillery and missile attacks. Punish and kill the innocent for the sins of a few guilty people. It's the same thing they have done for years in Palestine. Over-reacting seems to be the norm in the Mid East for Israel and Arab nations alike.

The longer Israel continues to rain death upon the people of Lebanon the riskier it gets for your Arab supporters in the Mid East. It already created a fertile ground for future terrorists who will seek revenge against Israel and America.

Every day the bombing continues, increases the risk the citizenry of those countries may rise up against their pro-western governments.

They already looked weak by refusing to get more heavily involved in the Israeli- Palestinian crisis and by taking a sideline seat next to you on the Israeli -Lebanon conflict; they further show their powerlessness and impotence.

If there is one place you don't want to look weak; it is in the Middle East. Saddam was a bastard for a reason. Before you came along nobody shit in his oatmeal because the penalty was death. It is the same everywhere in the Arab world. Over reaction has been a staple of death for thousands of years.

Egypt, Saudi Arabia and Jordan are
the only countries in the region who sided with you in rebuking Hezbollah and dismissing Israel's attacks on Lebanon.

Iran has become a major power broker in the region. It's a tough time to be a part of a Sunni-Muslim led government with the rise of Islamic militants throughout the region. There has always been a variable amount of anti-Israel feelings in the Mid East, but thanks to your occupation of Iraq, and the renewed Israeli attacks against Gaza and Lebanese citizens, anti-Israel fervor and conversely anti-U.S. sentiment has not been this high in decades. There is enough dry tinder to engulf the whole area in flames.

I thought your rejection of Lebanon's plea for cease-fire was especially tacky since you espoused support for the fledgling democratic government. Pro-western members of the Lebanese parliament said you promised to protect them against Syrian attack said Joshua Landis, a Middle East expert and professor at the University of Oklahoma. But, you didn't say anything about protecting them from Israel.

I suppose they are not used to getting their teeth kicked out after taking you for your word. Rookies! But, I heard you said that
pretty soon you will send Condi. I am not sure what she will do, but she may be on the way... some day.

Loved your
unguarded moments caught on tape with Lap Boy Blair. The swearing didn't bother me. The biggest embarrassment is just how classy you are when you talk with global leaders with a bread roll in your mouth. Your lack of manners is something else junior. Didn't your mother teach you anything?

"See the irony (chew chaw) is that what they need to do is (chew chaw) get Syria to get Hezbollah to (chew chaw) stop doing this shit and it's over," you told Blair as you chewed on a buttered roll. “I’m not going to talk too damn long like the rest of them. Some of these guys talk too long.” you continued.


Given what I saw of your personal speaking style on that clip, I'm surprised I didn't hear you fart for emphasis. As far as talking too long. You're right. Why the hell do these leaders talk so much. What's so damn important that requires so much talking? Yak yak yak shit, let's blow something up! Cheney and Israel have a lot in common these days.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: July 18, 2006 3:19:41 AM CDT
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
is an autoreply.

Thank you again for taking the time to write.

Is everything really going as neo-conservatives planned?

Mr. President,
People from throughout the world are puzzled why you haven't taken a role in some of the many fires around the world. Is there really significant profit in war? Is there so much opportunity in unrest that your neo-cons are wetting themselves over the prospect of boosting their military-industrial complex?
  • Somalia has been overtaken by Islamist fundamentalists.
  • India and Pakistan are rattling their swords at each other over a huge terrorist attack in India.
  • Afghanistan is crumbling under new bold attacks by the Taliban.
  • North Korea is building and testing their missile technology in direct defiance of all their neighbors.
  • Iran is ignoring damn near everyone and doing what they want with whomever they want.
  • Israel added Lebanon to their "apparent "state-sponsored terrorism program after Hezbolaah hijacked the Lebanese government after Israel decided to punish ordinary Palestinians for Hamas,
  • Iraq is merrily spinning into hell.

Although you call on the UN to do something about these issues, you know the UN can't do very much. The world organization has been pockmarked by repeated attacks from your administration. John Bolton's assignment as our ambassador was the final blow to bring the world organization down to its knees.

Neo-cons like John Bolton always hated the UN. Tactics like withholding U.S. funding to the UN, obstructing any significant reform of the world body, and using our position on the Security Counsel to consistently veto any motion which even smells like a compromise, helps make the ineffectiveness of the UN to be a self-fulfilling prophecy.

You have treated the presidency like a five-year-long political campaign. The deep partisan divide in this country was no accident. It was planned. It was never about doing what is right for America. It was keeping American under extreme right-wing republican control using the fear-card whenever possible.

You never cared about how many soldiers are killed or wounded, and you made sure Americans wouldn't care either as long as you kept their bodies and the misery of their wounds away from the public. So if you turn a blind eye to dead and wounded Americans why would you care about the plight of Somalians, Palestinians, Afghanistans, Lebanese, Indians, Pakistanis, and Iraq's?
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Is this all supporting your plan to destroy international institutions? Does this world unrest help establish the neo-con dream of an imperial America with military bases strategically posted around the world to bring destruction on those countries that interfere with American interests?
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Increased fighting among these countries makes them weaker, so relatively speaking, you become more powerful. But doesn't this just weaken our markets? We know how much your economic policies suck already so none of this can be helpful.

All these significant international events can be used to reinforce the idea that only Republicans can keep America safe. I can see commercials in October showing cities on fire; bodies of women and children with the message "Don't let this happen here. Vote Republican this November! This is no time to change horses, especially with Democrats who want to 'Cut and Run.'

I actually hope some one like McCain wins the 2008 presidency just to have a Republican inherit this god-awful world you helped make.

From: comments@whitehouse.gov
Date: July 17, 2006 2:57:04 PM CDT
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
is an autoreply.

Thank you again for taking the time to write.