Welcome to European Tribune. It's gone a bit quiet around here these days, but it's still going.
and i see no reason to doubt it.

would that being rich made all so aware, and ready to speak out!

gwb is a perfect reflection in parody's mirror of a whole parallel universe that exists in the southern states, especially texas, which has to be experienced to be believed.

 lazy monotheism has wedded with a truculent, prideful ignorance, to produce a b-movie 'good ole boy' smiling sociopath.

ole cowboy ronnie's myth redux, without the horses...

his leadership proved that even hopelessly dumb idiots can become president, with the right wealth and connections, and that struck a mighty resonant chord in so many hearts, with their fond parental hopes, even with only disposable plastic spoons instead of silver to suck on.

gwb is the ultimate reassurance to those who fear and block change.

he is denial-on-a-stick, paraded for all to see, for us as a lesson on his values and where they can lead you,

for those who place faith in him a lesson in how whitebread capitalism is just the new boss, be grateful for your job at the weapon factory, keep your head down, take your meds, join the gun club, wonder why did those kids act out like at columbine, suck porn and go to megachurch to holler along with the other demented 'saved' souls who hate fags and libruls and commies.


stupid rules, and we'll all go to hayavunnnn

little thinking that their saviour was a 'raghead' peacenik who only got pissed off at capitalists making money off of peoples' faith...

rome had nero and caligula, america has bush and cheney.

one gave us good plumbing and straight roads, the other jazz, blues, rock and movies.

plus ca change...

'The history of public debt is full of irony. It rarely follows our ideas of order and justice.' Thomas Piketty

by melo (melometa4(at)gmail.com) on Wed Dec 27th, 2006 at 05:33:11 AM EST

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