LOVE YA MAN, BUT YOU PUT ME THROUGH TOO MANY CHANGES
Tuesday, December 14th: Who Are You, and What Have You Done With the President?
The actor who portrays G.W. Bush in "The Presidency" surprised the world by taking questions from an unrehearsed audience and stating that "30,000 Iraqis, more or less, have died as a result of the initial incursion and the ongoing violence against Iraqis. We've lost about 2,140 of our troops in Iraq."
Wednesday, December 15th: Another Small Step Back from the Abyss
In a scene reminiscent of Chaplain in the climax of "The Great Dictator", the Bush imposter publicly shook hands with torture victim John McCain and announced that he no longer believes in torturing prisoners.
Thursday, December 16th: As a Dog Returneth to Its Vomit
After two years of whinging from the White House that we can trust them with our civil rights, we find that the demon now possessing the president's body has for the last two years ordered the National Security Agency to spy on citizens without a legal warrant.
I'm one of those that agrees with Ariana Huffington's armchair diagnosis of GW as a "dry drunk", and this country's bizarre relationship with him reminds me of nothing so much as the cycle of hope, disappointment and betrayal I have seen too many times in the families of abusers.