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Tuesday, December 16, 2008

Anti-Bush insurgency in its last throws

To paraphrase Arlo Guthrie: If one person does it, they'll think he's crazy and ignore him. If two people do it, they'll think you're both fruitckes and won't pay attention to either of you. But if 50 people-- can you imagine 50 people a day boxing up shoes and sending them to the White House? -- if 50 people a day do it, they may think it's an organization. And if 500 people a day do it - send a pair of smelly, raggedy-ass old shoes to George W. Bush -- then friends they may think it's a movement. And that's what it is: The Give Bush the Boot Anti-Massacre Movement. And all you have to do to join it is send your old shoes to:

President George W. Bush
1600 Pennsylvania Ave.
Washington D.C.
USA 20500

5 comments:

Anonymous said...

'bout time we found a use for Reebok Pumps.
Stefan from Olde Berlin

Anonymous said...

I'm afraid you have it ass-backwards. It was Saddam Hussein who destroyed a country and Clinton and the U.N. gladly let him. After all, the sanctions allowed Tojo Anan to make his millions...

David said...

Ohhh, that's what happened. Thanks for setting us straight Nonny.

Why do text books, historians, media, and first person reports lie to us so often? I say, if it weren't for brave truthers like Nonny, we would never know the stark reality of our world.

Semper Fi cheese dick.

the rev. paperboy said...

It's true David, under Saddam there were constant car bombings and a near unceasing state of civil war with the streets running with blood. In fact, just before the invasion, Saddam robbed the country of its basic civil infrastructure (electricity, running water, sanitation) and forced it to become the most well-educated and most secular state in the Middle East after Israel.

In the six years they've been there helping the people of Iraq sell their oil, the United States has managed to get the civil infrastructure in large cities rebuilt to the point that people in Baghdad sometime have electricity for hours at time now.
That's progress.
And they got rid of the government monopoly on things like torture, executions and putting armed troops in the field. All those things are now done by private contractors and entrepreneurs! Capitalism in action if ever I've seen it. It just that us lefty moonbats, with our pesky facts and statistics and eyewitness are too busy collecting welfare,selling crack to schoolkids and forcing teenagers to have sex so we can make them get abortions to notice TEH TRUTH!

And everyone knows Kofi Anan is exactly like Tojo. That's why blue-helmeted UN troops are currently occupying most of Asia.

thank god for brave truthtellers like Anonymous who stand by their words

Anonymous said...

I am referring to Tojo, Kofi's son. He was never indicted because Daddy protected him. And what exactly did Hussein do to make Iraq "the most well-educated and most secular state in the Middle East after Israel?" And, by the way, how many times has Arlo entertained the troops in Iraq? Oh, sorry. He's too busy giving concerts for the WASPs around Tanglewood!!! Like father, like son!!!