The end is near: the illegitimate bush regime is collapsing in slow-motion on a day-by-day basis now: the whole phony edifice may come crashing down to the ground any day now...
To the Editor:
The end is near: illegitimate bush regime is collapsing in slow-motion on a day-by-day basis now: the whole phony edifice may come crashing down to the ground any day now... The uncalled for offensive busy-bodying interference into the sad case of the nearly brain-dead Florida woman by tom delay, bill frist, j. bush g. bush and other republican opportunists is actually a symptom of their increasing political desperation to distract the people from their long string of failures.
All of the bush-gop-neo-con grand schemes have turned sour: the bush plan to destroy Social Security has flopped big-time: the more people hear about his corrupt plan to privatize it the less they like it. Their neo-con fantasy of the beflowered cakewalk in Iraq has turned into an endless nightmare with no end in sight: this neo-con quagmire/rat-hole has so far cost us over 1,500 dead American soldiers, thousands more American soldiers wounded and crippled for life, at least one hundred thousand Iraqis dead and several hundred thousand more Iraqis wounded and crippled for life. All this devastation costs us well over one hundred billion dollars per year with no end in sight.
The obscene bush tax cuts for the absurdly rich have bankrupted the federal budget and when the Asian banks decide to stop lending us any more money to finance our ever-growing budget deficits, our interest rates will go through the roof and our economy will then collapse into the worst recession since the Great Depression. The bush regime, which has stolen two Presidential elections in a row, will finally be called to accounts by an increasingly pissed-off America. The bush gang will finally all resign en masse and will surrender their illegitimate executive power in exchange for immunity from future prosecution for their many war crimes, lies and financial corruption.
James K. Sayre
23 March 2005
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