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May 27 2009

It Looks Like Kim Jong Il Wants to Go to War! Hmm, I Wonder if I'll Be Able to Figure Out a Way to Blame Bush For That. Bush Defends Advocating Torture & Tells Us How He Wants to Be Remembered. He'll Be Wrong Again, Of Course.

(FoxNews)-- SEOUL, South Korea —  North Korea launched a tirade Wednesday against world powers threatening to punish it for conducting its second nuclear test, saying it is not afraid of sanctions and calling South Korea's decision to join an operation to prevent the spread of weapons a declaration of war.

Holy Jesus, this is an extremely serious overture by North Korea. They also re started the weapons-grade nuclear plant in an obvious drawing a line in the sand move & also staged a rally in Pyongyang to celebrate the test. This no longer looks like posturing by Il, who has thumbed his nose for years @ the U.S., the U.N. & the rest of the world who are in favor of disarming North Korea. They also laugh @ the threat of more U.S. sanctions. Wednesday, Minju Joson, a North Korean newspaper commented that Pyongyang is not afraid. "It is a laughable delusion for the United States to think that it can get us to kneel with sanctions," it said. "We've been living under U.S. sanctions for decades, but have firmly safeguarded our ideology and system while moving our achievements forward. The U.S. sanctions policy toward North Korea is like striking a rock with a rotten egg." That seems to just about sum it up right there, folks.

Hey W, let me ask you for some advice, I realize N. Korea has nuclear weapons & everything, but I'm thinking we should resume our search for W.M.D.'s in Iraq, your thoughts? When I think of all the lives lost, all the money spent & all the time wasted in Iraq when all of this shit was building up, it leads me to believe even more that George W. Bush is easily & by far the worst president in history. Yes, he & his administration went through the motions with the 6 party talks but he put so much time & energy into Iraq all the while knowing what was brewing over there, but he didn't really care. He was so concerned with trying to please his also a horrible president father, his tunnel vision was pure focus. If only he'd read the pre 9/11 intelligence reports with such concentration, but that would've been terrible because without that tragedy, he would've never gotten re elected in 04. 9/11, the best thing that ever happened to that idiot.

He should've been put into a home for the criminally retarded, but that's not what's important now. What's important is for Obama to figure out what to do about this overt threat by an obviously unstable communist dictator since George the Wonder Mule didn't seem to give a rat's ass about it. Maybe when Obama's though cleaning up all your messes you'll have the common courtesy to send him a thank you card. Probably not though. You know, a lot of people tell me that instead of overly criticizing the Bush administration so much, I ought to talk more about the issues this country & the world are facing. Well, like it or not, a great deal of these problems are due to either Bush's ineptitude or his desire to do exactly what he wanted to do, without regard for the consequences. It was clearly all about money, pleasing the people who gave it to him & financed his campaigns & the lobbyists who paid him to deregulate their industries, thus opening the door to even more money for him.

He did all this while forsaking America itself & ignoring the real international security threats, & now perhaps the biggest one this side of Iran, North Korea is coming to roost on everyone's face but seemingly his. He must have a massive underground complex built so that when WW3 breaks out, he won't have to worry, he'll just go underground, drink beer, do coke & watch the Blue Collar Comedy Tour on DVD until he croaks. He'll take his family, a few of his frat brothers, & some hot young women to bang when Laura gets disgusted with him. He won't be able to go outside for a long time & maybe never get to clear brush on his ranch ever again, but he won't care. He didn't let his father or the Saudi's down, & God knows that's what's important. So, everyone wish Obama luck cleaning up this mess, because it looks like Kim Jong Il is out there saying, "just give me a reason, Yankee Imperialist Dogs." So, other than sanctions &/or military action, what else is there? & the answer is nothing. WASHINGTON (CNN) -- U.S. Secretary of State Hillary Clinton had strong words Wednesday for North Korea's nuclear activities and saber-rattling, saying the secretive communist nation "has ignored the international community" and "continues to act in a provocative and belligerent manner toward its neighbors."

Yo, Hillary, Il's not rattling a saber, he's rattling a fucking nuke. That's a good idea Hill, provoke him as much as you can. We might want to all go ahead & hug our families a lot & spend as much time with them as we can, because the threat of something extremely ugly, possibly even nuclear war is suddenly starting to seem pretty real. Good thing we've spent almost 7 years in Iraq spinning our wheels & not doing anything but cutting the world off from Iraq's oil supply in order to reap monster profits for ExxonMobil & the Saudi Royal family. So, we got that going for us, which is nice.

(CNN) -- BENTON HARBOR, Michigan

Former President George W. Bush on Thursday repeated Dick Cheney's assertion that the administration's enhanced interrogation program, which included controversial techniques such as waterboarding, was legal and garnered valuable information that prevented terrorist attacks.

In southwestern Michigan, Bush didn't mention how Obama put the kybosh on his torture policies nor how he's systematically overturning every stupid, selfish decision Bush ever made in an effort to keep the country from swirling in the drain any further. Nay, far from it. Instead, he defended what the enhanced interrogation methods, citing what he did following the capture of Khalid Sheikh Mohammed in March of 03. "The first thing you do is ask what's legal?" Bush said. "What do the lawyers say is possible? I made the decision, within the law, to get information so I can say to myself, 'I've done what it takes to do my duty to protect the American people.' I can tell you that the information we got saved lives." Of course, he didn't really say how, so we're all just supposed to speculate. Meanwhile, we get to see the waterboarding videos & see all the pictures of what went on @ Abu Ghraib. Now, you have to wonder if Bush would feel it was torture if he were waterboarded in the same violent manner as opposed to the very controlled environment it is often demostrated in. I'm guessing, he would, & he'd be crying like a bitch & calling it torture, which, is what it is. He ought to just say "yeah, we tortured those Al Qaeda bastards who threatened America. You may not agree with it, but these were the results we achieved," & then proceed to lay out the results if only to assuage some of the world's outrage & anger & show that it actually works. I know you're thinking that if Bush went ahead & did that, I would criticize him too. But, that's just speculation because he didn't. Don't keep denying that torture took place when there is proof that it did, is all I'm saying. & Bush was known to believe bad intel, & the babbling of a tortured person who was talking & giving up info just so they would stop torturing him would likely fall under that category.I don't think Obama is going to let up George, so why don't you just make it easier on all of us & just come clean. You owe us that much. You got several lifetimes worth of money, you appeased your father & your entire warmongering, bloodthirsty constituency, so what's left? During his speech, someone asked him what he wanted his legacy to be. "Well, I hope it is this: The man showed up with a set of principles, and he was unwilling to compromise his soul for the sake of popularity," he said. There are plenty of assholes out there George, but you've easily become one of the most complete. I guess you could say it's the one thing you have truly done successfully, & that's your legacy. I hope you can live with yourself.