Monday, June 05, 2006

Let's Pretend ...

Just for a moment let's pretend that the US is ...oh Iran.

This is the judge who helped appoint the current dictator,

This is the woman married to the DICK Cheney, who also writes propaganda to help shape American youth for the military. Note the little primer to go with your flag pledge.

It’s Armageddon time;

Bush and his loyal Christian fundamentalists want you to have a front row seat! (Whether you want one or not).

By Sandi Magathan Droubay M.A


Religion and Politics do not make good bedfellows. They never have. Why is it that we can recognize the danger posed by fundamentalist extremists in other religions but not our home grown religious extremists. I’m talking about the problem with many Conservative Christians in our own country. MORE ..MUCH MORE at

Wolfowitz (Dr. Strangelove) - utter failure in his predictions about Iraq - promoted to head of the WTC.

Imagine an Iranian leader saying the following:

Bush stated that: “Christ” was his favorite” philosopher.” He went on to inform the American public that Christ had “changed my heart…When you turn your heart and your life over to Christ, when you accept Christ as Savior, it changes the heart and changes your life.” It also apparently gives one the ability to look into the hearts of others. As he would so often claim, he could look into the heart of a person and know that he is “a good man.” I recall he said this after he had his first meeting with Vladimir Putin, “ I looked into his heart. He is a good man.” One can only wonder if he has looked into the hearts of Rove, the architect of the smear campaign against McCain during the 2000 campaign, or Dick Chaney, the Halliburton mogul; or Rice, Rumsfeld and Wolfowitz, the vultures of war? Perhaps it isn’t easy to see what isn’t there.

After September 11th Bush addressed the country and speaking in theological language, he referred to the “axis of evil,” stating that “Freedom and fear, justice and cruelty, have always been at war,… and we know that God is not neutral between them.” He told the world that “you are either for us or against us.” The world is, according to Bush, black or white, good or evil, friend or foe; this is absolutist language, the language that conservatives, both religious and political, understand. They knew he was their man. Simple, straight-forward, not introspective; confident, judgmental, self assured and he never makes a mistake, as he recently assured the press. Nothing is ever relative, it is never gray. Just like in the old westerns, good guys wear the white hats and the bad guys wear the black hats. This he can really relate to, as he likes to pretend on the weekends, at his ranch in Crawford Texas, that he is a cowboy. Ever notice how he swaggers when he’s dressed up in his cowboy gear, boots and all. Bang, bang, what a guy. Sure makes me feel safe, how about you?

In an article he wrote in March of 2003 for the Washington Post, Fritz Ritsch asked, “When did the president become theologian in chief?” Well, remember Fritz, he was ”appointed” President by the Supreme Court and apparently “anointed” by God. Or so he believes...

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Blogger Sivian said...

Lets pretend, or as John lennon sang imagiane. Imagaine if you will
That Bush is correct about his belifs that what christains say about Christ being the only way is also true, where does that leave most people?

8:06 AM  
Blogger Stealth Lesbian said...

Me thinks you miss the point darlin. Jesus was/is the Prince of Peace, George Bush represents no one but a greedy, empty corporate entity, using religion as a money laundry.

God is more present in the sky, the flowers in the park and the earth he chooses to pollute and destroy daily.

8:49 PM  
Blogger Stealth Lesbian said...

"He" being the placed president Bush, who seems to more closely resemble the mad merchants Jesus booted from the temple, and the Romans who sentenced Jesus to such a tortuous death.

8:51 PM  

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