05 April 2009


it's so funny (it's actually not funny. it's more like annoying. frustrating. infuriating as hell, even) being on this side of january 20th.

for eight long years, i rolled my eyes every time dubya opened his mouth. i thought (and i still think) he is the biggest moron on earth. i stomped my feet, threw a bazillion tantrums inside my own head, as well as a few for the outside world, and screamed in horror at the choices he made, the wars he started, the complete and absolute destruction of our country, our honor, and our reputation around the world with his arrogant brandishing of american exceptionalism. see, i still let dubya spin me into a fury with his idiocy (and americans for electing his dumb ass twice, well, at least once, and _after_ we knew what a disaster he was).

and oh my gawd, the imbecilic warnings that we should wait for history to judge dubya's performance. that history will remember his great legacy as turning the page in the quest for middle eastern peace and democracy. it still makes me throw up a little in my mouth.

and now to hear, from the same dummies who've pleaded to wait and see what happens, nothing but, "obama = fail". and whyzat? because he didn't get exactly what he wanted out of the g20 summit, a couple of days ago.

dudes, he's been president for a little over two months. the entire world has spat at america for at least seven years (i mean, they spent probably a year mourning with and for us, after our country was brutally attacked) after the tyrannical non-leadership of cowboy and co. it's going to take president obama more than one trip, amidst a world befallen ecomonic ruination, to regain the trust and approval of the rest of the world. i mean, we don't get to go tell 19 european countries that we're back, ready, and in charge of leading the world away from the brink of disaster, after we have shunned and ridiculed them for eight years, while leading them into this calamitous ecomonic freefall (or complete ruination as evidenced by some newer democracies in eastern europe falling to the opposition).

and now you call president obama a failure. your hypocricy knows no bounds, you look like fools, and with each passing day, you seem further and further out of touch with the reality of the catastrophe your inept governance bequeathed to our country. thanks. and to add insult to injury, you accept no responsibility, you say nothing but "no", you offer no solutions, and do nothing but build blocks in the road to recovery.

you failed. your deregulation failed. your wars failed. your american exceptionalism failed. you failed america, and with it you failed the world.

so to you, i have one thing to say.

shut the fuck up.



  1. I saw a bumper sticker the other day on a huge gas-guzzling truck that said "Don't blame me, I voted for McCain." Blame you for what, being an idiot? Let's give the guy a chance, it's not his fault he was handed a country that was ALREADY in a recession. I was tempted to ram into the dummy who also had a Greenbay Packers sticker.

  2. This is hilarious. I think that's the biggest problem with the republicans thesedays - they are offering no alternative ideas for anything. I don't think they really have any ideas. Just like W, let's just do... nothing. What's the point of even having a gov't or a leader whose response to things is to shrug and watch how it unfolds. They really disgust me as a group.