Date Line April 20, 2007
New York Times Editorial summarizing Alberto Gonzales appearance before Congress: “Mr. Gonzales came across as a dull-witted apparatchik incapable of running one of the most important departments in the executive branch.”
OK – how many birds with a single stone?
Gonzales is Hispanic – and incompetent. All Hispanics are peons and unfit for responsibility; hence the need to prevent them sneaking into the States.
Gonzales is a mini-Bush who caters to a party-line, protects the fraud and dishonesty of the Right-wing, is out to destroy the Constitution, and (add any more you choose).
Gonzales is typical of “the Bush management style”; which is to say, he cannot manage to put his own shoes on in the morning, much less discharge the managerial responsibilities of his high office.
Gonzales is playing the Bush “dummy” card. For Bush it is being the Texas cowboy who cannot speak his own language (never mind the Harvard and Yale degrees). For Gonzales, it is the stupid peon image – the “Is not my job,” Freddy Prinz’ “Chico” would proclaim.
It is the beauty of Right-wing logic. It is never their responsibility, never their “job”. If nothing else, they brush it off as some divine will which is being opposed by everyone else and only understood by them.
OK. Here is divine will. These jerks are destroying America and bigger jerks are out their yelling it is unpatriotic not to let them.
Hey! That’s cool.
As the Times Editorial concluded: “if we believe the testimony that neither he nor any other senior Justice Department official was calling the shots on the purge, then the public needs to know who was.“
OK so Congress and the Times are too dim witted to know the public is responsible. The voters are responsible. They elected Bush – twice – and have failed to have him impeached.
The people have allowed themselves to be robbed, and raped, by the Right-wing; and pray to some warped deity that it should continue.
It is a warped deity, because the one of every known scripture proclaims a deity who opposes war, opposes interference with others, opposes the denial of rights to strangers in its lands ...
Oh right, even our own Constitution proclaims anyone under our “jurisdiction” is covered ... hum that would mean anyone whose life, or freedom, we control...
Guess that included those Bush and Gonzales have ordered tortured. But that is yet another issue or responsibility.
About the only good thing to come of this? Christians who proclaim their support for the Right-wing are going straight to H-E-double hockey sticks. It’s in the passages they say they adhere to.
Oh how nice it will be to have a world devoid of those hypocrites.
Global warming will flood away all traces of their stupidity. Check a map of the Edgar Cayce projections – you’ll see. If I can, I might even post one here. Non-fundamentalist Mormons are screwed. But again, that is another issue; and explains why the Judaic holy city was placed high and dry.
Ah issues for a mystic-voice. Maybe later; but as an aside from a Times news report: “On Monday, 11 retired admirals and generals released a detailed 68-page report arguing that climate change could be a “threat multiplier” in already fragile parts of the world. Rising sea levels could threaten the livelihoods of more than one billion people living within 45 miles of Asia’s coastlines. In Africa, recurring heat waves could cause widespread shortages of food and water, leading to large-scale migrations and escalating tensions.”
The Right-wing is on record as disbelievers in global warming. They say their book of belief points out that they didn’t believe Noah either.