Sunday, January 27, 2008

Bush 2.0

I always read Internet Weekly. This one hit me as especially funny today! LOL!

16 comments:

Greg said...

So many monkey suits, so little time!

Stardust said...

hi greg,

Each election year, the circus side-shows get bigger.

Jason H. Bowden said...

McCain is a decent and honorable human being who has sacrificed more for America than the sleazy trial lawyer, the Marxist professor, and Bill Clinton's wife *combined*.

Stardust said...

jhb...I do have to agree that McCain, as a person is indeed a decent and honorable human being. No one is questioning that.

Politically, the Photoshop image hit me to be quite funny, because change the candidate's body but the same stuff comes out of his/her mouth.

Republicanspeak..
Democratspeak...

gotta have a sense of humor.
Politics in the USA is quite funny entertainment.

Jason H. Bowden said...

"gotta have a sense of humor."

That's what Ann Coulter says when she hurls invective, but hey, to each his own. Or something like that.

Stardust said...

jhb, I know you are only trying to push my buttons. I am nothing like AC and you know it.

John McCain is probably the best, most sane, most intelligent Republican candidate, but is still a politician, and will still be satirized because of his political affiliations.

And where did I say I support SHrillary and Bill? I am disgusted with my choices this year...again. Depsite your assumptions, I have no one party loyalty. With the Republicans we get religious fundie crackpot choices...or a noble, "clean" old fart who looks ready to die.

With the Dems you get a bunch of wimps yelling change, change, change...and never saying anything more...unless they are getting dramatic onstage.

When I say the circus side-shows are getting bigger each election year, I am including ALL of the candidates and their merry circus assistants. It's been a long, long time since we have had any good candidates to choose from.

Tommy said...

John McCain is a war criminal who dropped bombs on Vietnamese people who never threatened the United States of America. He doesn't belong in the White House, he belongs in Guantanamo!

Sorry Star, just wanted to poke fun at Jason. :-)

Jason H. Bowden said...

tommy--

With persistence, we can help stardust get in touch with her inner angry liberal again. Every Democrat is born with it!

:)

Greg said...

John McCain was the lunatic that claimed that the streets of Baghdad was safe. And then when confronted by a CNN reporter (one of the few with balls I take it) about that, McCain then decided to back that up by going there in person.

Too bad the secret got out that he had many of our soldiers guarding him and a helicopter above him to keep his sorry ass safe! lol

But as far as the repugs go, he's the sanest person they have (and thats not saying much!!!)

I'm kinda liking Obama, but have to admit that I have reservations about the American voters going through with electing a black president.
In a perfect world, he'd have no problem.

Like Chris Rock said in his recent comedy skit, "why not have a black president? Heck! We already had a retarded one!"

Stardust said...

jhbowden, your ideas are fairly liberal, for the most part. Your stances on many issues are far more liberal than most of the conservatives you support.

McCain finds himself in the same position as Kerry and the Swiftboat criticisms. I am not going to pick on some old guy who cannot even raise his arms because of his war imprisonment. Just like any other Vietnam Vet who is spat upon, he was just doing what he was told to do by his asshat commander-in-chief.

But here and now, McCain, like the image suggests, is just another sock-puppet for the Bush regime only he has a more evolved intelligence level.

Stardust said...

As for Obama...no way. I will not vote for him. He defended slum landlords and continues to get money from them for support of his campaign. He also supports sex education for three-year-olds. While he seems young, innocent and all-American nice guy, much more will come out if he is the Democratic candidate and the Republicans are going to use this shit to try to win the White House yet again.

Stardust said...

and jhb...no, I am not supporter of Hillary, either. At this point I haven't made up my mind about anyone.

Tommy said...

Personally, I am leaning towards McCain for president with the Democrats in control of Congress. Hopefully each will contain the worst impulses of the other.

Stardust said...

McCain is not appealing to me because he is like an intelligent and more respectable version of Bush. But what you say makes sense about one controlling the worst impulses of the other.

Jason H. Bowden said...

"But here and now, McCain, like the image suggests, is just another sock-puppet for the Bush regime only he has a more evolved intelligence level."

To take two examples, McCain opposed the Bush tax cuts because they weren't accompanied by spending cuts, correctly arguing Bush would blow a hole in the budget. McCain also was instrumental in getting the course changed in Iraq and took a lot of criticism for attacking Rumsfeld.

I think Democrats are so filled with hatred and paranoia that they can't give it up. If Bush didn't exist, they would have to invent him. :P

Stardust said...

I think Democrats are so filled with hatred and paranoia that they can't give it up. If Bush didn't exist, they would have to invent him. :P

Neo-cons are so filled with hatred and paranoia that they can't give it up. If liberals and Democrats didn't exist, they would have to invent them. :P ;)

As for Bush...he does unfortunately exist, and unfortunate for the USA is one of the biggest dumbasses we have had for a president in history.