Monday, September 04, 2006

The Rude One and Bush's "Thought" Processes

The Rude Pundit, in his own inimitable way, takes on Dumbya's latest comments on terrists:

Here's the President yesterday at a campaign dinner for Tennessee Republicans: "We face an enemy that has an ideology; they believe things." You got that? We're not facing a bunch of blank slates lashing out at all tabulas not rasa. They actually believe "things." What sorts of things, you may ask? George W. Bush has the answer: "The best way to describe their ideology is to relate to you the fact that they think the opposite of the way we think."

Now, a cynical person might respond, "Oh, really? So they don't think that it's okay to hold people without charge or access to genuine legal processes, to torture them to get any information no matter how outdated or worthless, to lie to their people about the progress of a war, to use force to impose an ideology on the population?" You get the idea.

Go read the whole thing here. And read the post directly below, on the Rude One's visit to New Orleans.

And then wonder why Chimpster's approval rating is as high as it is. It should be in negative numbers. But the mouth-breathin', Bible-thumpin', hooker-humpin', sister-marryin', rifle-rack-in-the-pickmup neocon wingnut crowd still believe in him.

Whatta buncha fargin' MO-rons.

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