So, I like this writing style, and I thought I would give it a shot to use it for the man in the office, some Iranians are so proud of. I mean Mr. George W. Bush or the junior as they say or the Bush son different than Bush father if you prefers. No, I am not going to use other names, and I prefer you not read it than blame me for being so rude! In fact, I’ll use this new line of reasoning, even the same words to the extent applicable, but I’ll try to fit them where they belong! So here we go:
What does collective folly look like? Last year 'millions' of Bushies laid on their comfortable couches to watch Fox news or listened to Rush Limbaugh on their way to work to express their execration of a United Nation that had a second thought about giving the most popular SELECTED president a carte blanch to invade Iraq. Human reasoning and logic were manipulated as far as they could be so the populace could blame Sadam for the deception, as if he had a voice in the Security Council in the first place.
Admittedly it failed to change the UN decision, but firstly, democrats would have been just as unsuccessful, and secondly, the crime of the UN was simply that it was United Nations, not United States, and does not massage the people with the cloying promises and populist flattery that are the specialty of Republicans, and to some extent Democrats for that matter. Most of these Americans in any case had never thought of the UN as a legitimate organization except, of course, for a place to ridicule other nations when they vote anything against
I'm a trifle disappointed (livid) with Republicans for their relative indifference to (not giving a hoot for) the environment. They care more it seems for a comparatively trivial matter like Bush (isn't there a song, "If you knew Bush like I know Bush"?, with a cheeky, jazzy rhythm?).
Just to settle the Bush issue (and the endless whining of the Republican Party, who have shown what unintelligent and unprincipled scoundrels they are) once and for all: Mr. Bush, or the former president Prince Bush-ol-Saltaneh, is well-off, doubtless haughty like his (frankly more principled) relatives his dad and his brother who got him
The Baath Party, for example, gave no such option to Sadam’s son in law who would have been considerably less trouble. Bush entered the political gambling war and came out empty handed. What would he have become without the war he fought to bless Iraqis with his appointed governing council? How could he justify turning the biggest surplus in American History to the biggest deficit without the justification of a war or two for that matter. He is a man of theatrical gestures and populist bombast, denouncing and threatening even as he causes more violence and terrorism by his agitation. He is an evil man, and he lives, Astaghferolah.
Let me clarify this: The Bush dynasty, even his father they now call more intelligent, and the dyslectic Bush turned
A former colleague, one of the countless descendents of Grand Old Party, had an annoying habit in our office of ridiculing
That's settled then.
Now onto nuclear power: It is a solid fact that
I say Americans are the most peaceful people on earth, but it is not a joke, just follow their orders, and you will be a good fellow or an “ally” as they call it. And, again
Do we want to be like
But this business of Islamic Bombs is all propaganda, some may say, nothing but exaggeration and prejudice. You are right, I say. You are right, but I would add, it is right-wing propaganda, so a verbal chocolate, exhilarating, soothing and brimming with joy for American public to fear mullahs. Now if you don’t fall for this, it would turn out to be nothing but a pack cheap, dirty lies as it were the case against Iraqi people for WMD, and the so called Road Map to peace. Americans still remember our forefathers’ motto: An Indian is good only when he is dead.
The bottom line on this whole issue of
September 30, 2003