Wednesday, August 29, 2007

Heckuva job

Second anniversary of Katrina making landfall today, you guys, and just for posterity, so this doesn’t go down the memory hole, take a good hard look at the photo at right — THAT is what your president was doing the day this whole deadly clusterfuck started.

Can you for one minute imagine Bill Clinton yukking it up at some bullshit fundraiser halfway across the country, gladhanding his loyal supporters and ignoring a national disaster underway at the very same moment? Can you IMAGINE it?

And the evil pigfucker Bush has the nerve to tell us, "This town is better today than it was yesterday and it's going to be better tomorrow than it is today."

Fuck you very much, mister pResident. Fuck you and your “more blessed day in the future” horseshit. It is for you that I hope hell, literal hell like in the Bible you claim to love so much, exists and is waiting at the end of your life on earth.

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Blogger Princess Sparkle Pants said...

It's very nice to hear strong empathy from outside of greater New Orleans. My family lost their house- a house filled with precious memories, pictures, you just can't imagine. We've rebuilt, we have moved on, but we will never be the same. So thanks for that!

5:34 AM  
Blogger bgirl said...

If I CAN imagine Bill doing that, does it make me hate Bush any less?

6:28 AM  
Blogger Gleemonex said...

PSP: I am so sorry for your family's loss. I know words don't change what happened, but my heart goes out to you and to the others who suffered like you.

And you know, I think that's precisely why the worm turned in this country -- regardless of politics, the American people saw this horror unfold (and see it still), and suffered along with the victims -- and wondered why the "jes' folks" Preznit didn't feel the same way. It exposed his lack of humanity, his total absence of fellow-feeling, in the most complete and unforgivable way possible.

bgirl: nope. Wouldn't change a thing. But it does make me weep for what's happening to our country, compared to how it could have been.

9:55 AM  

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