As we all know by now, a woman whose son was killed in the Iraqi war is staging a vigil outside of
All of a sudden, a president who’s fended off every opponent using the most sophisticated propaganda techniques available, is squirming in the limelight. This is making his handlers and puppetmasters very uneasy.
What’s a wartime president to do? Hmmm…a dilemma. Don’t laugh — put yourself in his position. You’ve pulled off an invasion, using a sophisticated combination of fake “intelligence” reports, suppression of real news reports, and the Big Lie technique. And it’s going fine. The deaths in Iraq, the sinking poll numbers? Just blame that “liberal media” for not reporting any of the good news coming out of Iraq.
The Big Spin is working.
And then, some two-bit woman (she doesn’t even belong to a country club for God’s sake) starts whimpering about her son who was killed in the war that you masterminded.
Uh, Karl — Help! I already met with this woman once, gave her one of my stock one-liners — I think it was “well, who am I honoring today?” And now she wants to meet with me again, and she’s gonna ask some real tough questions. This is awkward. Karl, what should I do? I’ve already cleared all the brush and re-read My Pet Goat. I’m running out of things to do. Can I just keep hiding here? This damn woman is ruining my vacation.
Hmmm…What will our Commander-in-Chief do? Well, if you’re a trust-funded safety-netted blueblood and you've been nurtured and coddled all your life, the answer is clear. Unleash the hounds. Bring in the character assassins.
Some unsophisticated types might wonder what possible spin/assassination method anyone could use against a woman whose son was killed in the Iraqi war, and now wants to talk to the president. Not to worry — small potatoes for Karl Joseph Goebbels Rove and his puppet.
“Get Over It” seems to be what this wingnut is saying.
And you can predict what Michelle Malkin is saying about her.
Falafel "Bill" O'Reilly also jumped on the bandwagon.
Sending the Character Assassination Squad after a bereaved mother who just wants to talk with President Bush — what a brave administration we have. How proud they must be.