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Wednesday, March 18, 2009

Bush Derangement Syndrome Rages On

These people really need help. A life might be good also.

Hey folks,

Happy Hump Day to you. Yes, Bush Derangement Syndrome rages on by some of the sorriest people I have ever seen. Seriously, these people need help. They are not right in the head. Maybe getting a life might help. But I doubt it. I have a feeling that those that suffer from BDS, may just be permanently infected. Just as those that have drank the Obamaid.

See? I warned you about this. Right before Bush left office, I called out to Big Drug and those in the Psychobabble Community and told them to get to work. Work together to help these brainless sheeple. I asked "what could possibly fill the void for those suffering BDS after he is gone?" Well, we found out. The False Messiah. Obama Mania.

Now I knew that BDS would be around for a while after Bush left. They would, and have, just continued to blame Bush for everything. Even Obama's failures. They use this as an excuse to allow Obama to further his Socialistic agenda. Even though the love of the False Messiah is starting to fade in some areas, BDS continues to thrive.

So now, a Private Citizen,,,,

"He shouldn't be able to go anywhere in the world and just present himself as a private citizen," protest organizer Peggy Askin said. "We do not have any use for bringing war criminals into this country. It's an affront."

OK. {laughing} You see Bush, now a PRIVATE CITIZEN, went to Canada to give his first post Presidency Speech. He was met by Kooks like Ms Askin, and about 150 protesters that have no life. Well, some reports say 100, some say 200, some say 75. I'll just say 150 to make the Kooks feel good. Hell, I could round up 150 people to protest the Pillsbury Dough Boy. Not a huge accomplishment. Yes folks, there were people like this Kook.

"He is a war criminal who fought an illegal war, and there are some who say he was never elected democratically, so there are some who say he should be arrested as soon as he comes here," said a woman dressed as a Guantanamo Bay prisoner, who called herself Ivana Nomobush.

She had brought with her a makeshift "shoe cannon" that catapulted footwear, but complained that security personnel were not letting her use it.

You think? {Laughing, banging hand on desk} They won't let me shoot shoes at the Former President of the United States. How dare they. {Laughing} Some were there to support Bush. Like this guy.

"We wanted to welcome George W. Bush and let him know that everyone's not opposed to his presidency," said Jeff Willerton, who held up a pro-Bush placard. "I think under the circumstances he was one of the better presidents we could have asked for."

Yup. NO attacks following 9/11. How many under Clinton? Yeah, you get the point. Bush was forced to do what the President's number one priority really is. KEEP AMERICA SAFE. Not Socialisation. Not taking over private business. Not creating a Tyranny. The President's number one job is to keep America Safe. Not spend it into the ground. Bush did that.

But you know folks, Bush is still a class act. He really is. Other than what some are reporting that Bush said Obama should not let government become a substitute for the free market, and it should also avoid becoming more protectionist on trade matters, the Media was not invited to be there, he remained respectful.

"I'm not going to spend my time criticizing him. There are plenty of critics in the arena," Bush said. "He deserves my silence."

Then he said this. I only WISH this was the case with all those on the Left. But it's just not true of some of them. Especially those in charge right now. Bush said this.

"I love my country a lot more than I love politics," Bush said. "I think it is essential that he be helped in office."

Yes Mr. President, I understand what you are saying. But you know what, I will be more than willing to help Obama. I would love to help educate Obama on reality. Then, if Obama does not learn the lesson, I would be more than willing to help him right out the door.

But this is who Bush is folks. A class act until the end. He is reported to be writing a book about the twelve most difficult decisions he made in office. I will read that. He said this about the book.

"I'm going to put people in my place, so when the history of this administration is written at least there's an authoritarian voice saying exactly what happened

I want people to understand what it was like to sit in the Oval Office and have them come in and say we have captured Khalid Sheik Mohammed, the mastermind of the Sept. 11 attacks, the alleged killer of a guy named Danny Pearl because he was simply Jewish, and we think we have information on further attacks on the United States."

I know the Kooks like Peggy Askin and Ivana Nomobush, which actually may be the same person, will read it as well. They will just say it's all lies, Propaganda, ETC. Four of their little Kook friends were arrested at their show, and Bush was not effected in the least. But I guess they got to feel important for a second of two.

I reiterate, Big Drug, Pyscobblologists, these people NEED HELP! You need to certify BDS and start working on treatments. They are obviously NOT going to get better on their own.

Reuters -Protests greet Bush's first speech as ex-president
AOL / AP -
Bush Says He Won't Criticize Obama

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