Who Hijacked Our Country

Tuesday, October 09, 2007

George W. Bush Believes in the Right to Privacy!

It’s true! You’ve gotta check out this short video (H/T to Let’s Talk.)

No, you're not losing it. The Great Eavesdropper is actually sitting there, with a straight face, telling us that he doesn’t want other people reading his mail or sticking their noses into his private affairs.

[sputter] But…But — This is the same flaming douchebag who wants to spy on three hundred million Americans. What are you reading? Who’s that letter from? What's it say? What's on that sales receipt? Where were you last night? Explain!

The frazzled fratboy wants to know everything about YOU. But if YOU want to find out something — for instance, how your tax dollars ended up being squandered in an illegal trillion-dollar war — Hey, mind your own business, Peon! The King has a right to privacy but you don’t. You got a problem with that???

Even though it’s obvious that Bush is only referring to himself in this video, still…hearing a one-man KGB talking about privacy — ROTFLMAO! You can't help doing a double take and wondering if you're hearing voices.

It’s the same double take you'd be doing if you heard David Duke talking about the importance of good race relations, or Tony Soprano complaining about the high crime rate.

Your life is an open book, but our Oligarchs are hidden behind a steel fortress. Mind your own business.

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Anonymous Anonymous said...

Well, yeah, as a matter of fact I DO have a problem with that.

I vacillate between hoping Bush isn't as stupid as he seems and hoping that he IS. I'm afraid of what it says about us either way! We actually allowed this bozo to be appointed not once, but TWICE. The old saying might be true, that you get the government you deserve. Shame on us for not impeaching this idiot.


October 9, 2007 at 3:31 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Cat: Yes, I have a problem with it too. I also don't know which is worse: whether he's just dumber than a bag of hammers, or whether he has such contempt for everybody who isn't a Blueblood that he has one standard for himself and a different standard for everybody else. Either way he sucks.

October 9, 2007 at 5:50 PM  
Blogger Lizzy said...

or Michael Vick explaining how to take care of dogs.

Great post!

October 9, 2007 at 8:48 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Lizzy: Yup, Michael Vick and caring for dogs; another similarity to Bush talking about privacy.

October 9, 2007 at 10:34 PM  
Blogger Randal Graves said...

I think they're just worried that the next GOP uber-pervert will be outed. Quotidian hookers, gay sex, diaper dandies, SCUBA gear, what's next?

October 10, 2007 at 4:56 AM  
Blogger LET'S TALK said...

Thanks for the mention Tom. I cannot get over how this guy plays with Americas mind and we just sit by an allow him to do just what he wish.

I agree with anonymous, "Shame on us for not impeaching this idiot."

When this same President makes statements that hurt us and then veto or make decisions that hurt our children as well.

Do you know of this: In reference to the State Children's Health Insurance Program that Bush said he would veto and did. "Bush said he favored a plan that focuses on children looking within themselves and using the power of positive thought to avoid major ailments like cancer and minor illnesses." click here

Now, how are we letting such statements and actions go unchallenged?

October 10, 2007 at 5:40 AM  
Blogger Praguetwin said...

You gotta see this dude.

File it under "Democrats are p*****s!"

read it and weap

October 10, 2007 at 9:25 AM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Randal: Yup, that seems to be a big problem for Republicans lately. I guess closeted gay Republicans deserve a right to privacy, and everybody else's life should be an open book.

Let's Talk: Yeah, it's really unbelievable how Bush can actually think that "public servants" have privacy rights that nobody else has.

Funny link. It reminds me of a bumper sticker that a neighbor used to have -- "America's Health Care Plan: Don't Get Sick."

Prague: "Read it and weep" is right. How can they keep cowering like that? They're going along with Bush on this bill (with a few cosmetic changes of their own) because they're afraid they'll be called "soft on terror." And they keep voting for draconian drug laws so they won't be called "soft on drugs," etc. They could always grow some spines and fight back and stand up for what they believe in; but I guess it's easier to just keep ducking and cowering.

October 10, 2007 at 12:57 PM  
Blogger Larry said...

Bush does believe in privacy, as long as it involves his administration, the most secretive in U.S history.

October 10, 2007 at 7:15 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Larry: I have no idea if Bush picks up on the irony or not. He's the most secretive president in history and he insists on being able to spy on each and every one of us.

October 10, 2007 at 7:31 PM  
Blogger Mentarch said...

The mendacity and hypocrisy of incompetents - this is what it's all about here.

Malkin and her crusade against the Frost boy is another example.

Neocons and madhaters are morally and ethically challenged (Second Principle of Incompetence) ...

October 11, 2007 at 12:23 PM  
Blogger Tom Harper said...

Mentarch: Yup, incompetent and morally and ethically challenged -- that's the neocons. Their attacks on that 12-year-old kid, that must really take courage.

October 11, 2007 at 1:13 PM  

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