Monday, December 05, 2005

Who Needs Habeas Corpus

when, in the name of freedom, we can kick your ass, put you in diapers, and fly you to the Eastern Bloc to murder you?


Blogger Jeff said...

Lincoln suspended habeus corpus during the Civil War, which I think proves pretty definitively that history will look back on Junior Bush as a Lincolnesque liberator of oppressed people.

3:57 PM  
Blogger Germanicu$ said...

Bush is already being compared to Lincoln in some circles, circles unfazed by the power of hyperbole.

"It is a little-known fact, I'm afraid, that, in a series of speeches extending over a period of years, President Bush has articulated his policy vision more consistently and more eloquently than any President since Lincoln."

Even if I was force-fed Krusty Ribwiches until I believed he has "consistently" presented ANY policy vision, no amount of MSG-induced brainwashing could convince me Bush has "eloquently articulated" anything, ever.

4:41 PM  
Blogger hurtleg said...

Even as a supporter of Bush's vision (and yes it has been articulated consistently for a number of years) I would never claim Bush as eloquent.

Maybe that is part of the problem with the perception of Bush, critics can't get past his akward style to actually listen to what he is saying. They would rather call him dumb and dismiss him because he can't BS as well as Bill.

11:30 AM  

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