shame, and the shameful shamers who cry shame

Our dear leader, in defending his decision to BREAK THE LAW and spy on American citizens with no court oversight of his decision, called the New York Times shameful for making public that he has been BREAKING THE LAW for the past few years, ignoring the laws of the country, and deciding by himself what constitutes grounds for this kind of infraction of civil liberties. His justification? That the congress gave him the authority to do whatever he wants when they authorized the use of force in Afghanistan.

Uhm, what?

Every citizen of this country should, right now, be calling for his impeachment. He has overstepped his bounds, broken the law, violated the oath he took to uphold the constitution, and done more than anyone else to help the terrorists win by determining that we have to destroy what this country stands for in order to fight them. Any member of Congress not actively pursuing his impeachment right now should be ashamed of themselves.

And what’s more, in light of the fact that our president cares so little for what this country stands for that he would violate our constitution so flagrantly and then stand there unapologetically defending his actions, his APPROVAL RATINGS IMPROVED?!?

To all of those who approve of this action, and to all of those whose impression of him and his handling of the “war on terror” has been improved by this whole affair, you have a lot of nerve calling anyone else un-American. Because supporting him now is rejecting what this country stands for. The only patriotic action is to call for his impeachment at this point. Anything else is saying that our Constitution isn’t worth the paper it’s written on. And if you honestly believe that he’s only using this self-proclaimed power for fighting terrorism, think again, and then think of Nixon’s enemies list, and remember why we have laws against this in the first place.

A year ago, when enough people in this country showed that they were either bigoted, stupid, or selfish enough to have voted for this man, I was in absolute dispair. That’s nothing compared to the dispair I feel that he can actually improve his approval ratings by shitting on the constitution and our laws. Are the American people really, truly, that stupid? Or do they really want to live under a despot?

Before I end this rant, I’d like to point that Bush is a fucking lying bastard, by the way. The little shit had the nerve to go on TV just last year, and claim that it is illegal to conduct surveillance on Americans without court orders. It’s amazing how easily they and the American people can just ignore that fact, much as they so easily ignored Bush saying anyone involved in leaking Valerie Plame’s identity would be fired, until it became public who was responsible for it. Hypocrites and liars.

Unfortunately, the question is, who do you have to get a blow job from in order to get impeached in Washington today?

5 thoughts on “shame, and the shameful shamers who cry shame”

  1. Yeah, this is just ridiculous. I thought the USA was created to escape oppressive imperial power? Things have certainly come full circle.

    It seems likely that the whole affair has nothing to do with listening to phone calls of US citizens, but rather related to the data mining of every citizen’s email (see talkingpointsmemo.com for details). That’s why they couldn’t go through the FISA process — they’d have to get a warrant for every citizen of the USA, which obviously isn’t doable. It does bring the fantasy world of Brazil to life, though, doesn’t it?

    And in answer to your last question, Cheney blowing W oughta to it. Now, who’s got the rohypnol?

  2. The thing is .. in order to come up with a lie the person needs to have some brains. Does this mean the boss is not totally stupid or had someone designed some intelligence for him in this particular instance? Ha! Anyways, there is not much use in getting frustrated on these things. Let us know if you find out the answer to the washington blowjob question though.

  3. The thing is .. in order to come up with a lie the person needs to have some brains. Does this mean the boss is not totally stupid or had someone designed some intelligence for him in this particular instance? Ha! Anyways, there is not much use in getting frustrated on these things. I’m interested in the answer to the washington blowjob question though *G*

  4. Why isn’t the average US citizen screaming for impeachment? Well, when you consider that 44% of the US population believes that the Rapture is likely to occur in their lifetime and in order for that to happen we need to drive towards armageddon – I’d say that the average citizen believes things are right on schedule.

    I think another significant group is either just trying to keep their heads above water or believe themselves to be above it all. Then there are people like me who just sit here wondering when the Ministry of Information is going to show up. Buttle, is it?

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