Bush Fiddles (with a Guitar) While New Orleans Floods

Message: I Don’t Care

Left: President Bush plays a guitar presented to him by Country singer Mark Wills, right, backstage after the president gave a speech in San Diego.

Right: Meanwhile, flood waters are rising in the city of New Orleans, where thousands of people are homeless. Fires are burning throughout the city, and looting has been reported in the Central Business District and beyond. Emergency services are stretched past capacity. Food and potable water are scarce. In counties along the Gulf Coast of the Deep South, millions are without power. Property damage from the storm is projected to be greater than Hurricane Andrew, the previously most expensive natural disaster in U.S. history.

Rock on, George!

106 Responses »

  1. Stuart Coyle August 30, 2005 @ 3:47 pm

    Wake up America…your President is the worst kind of idiot…the dangerous kind.

    Stu
    Australia

  2. Carol August 30, 2005 @ 3:54 pm

    Many of us in US know he’s an idiot and dangerous – but many do not. You see, our media never reports stuff like this… We only get celebrity news, car chases and other nonsense. We’ve never seen one casket come back from Iraq, rarely see any real war images, and never criticism of the president. It’s awful. It’s what happens when TV and radio is owned by wealthy media conglomerates.

  3. Blaze August 30, 2005 @ 4:03 pm

    Stu from Oz,

    Many Americans were awake and many have awakened and we are lying in a pool of flop sweat and fear as we watch a determined gang of loonies try to enforce their reactionary ways on the world.

    It seems as if a revolution is our only hope, but Americans don’t want to revolt in this land of the couch potato.

  4. Anonymous August 30, 2005 @ 4:07 pm

    I’m not so sure what he could have done that would have been better…come on he’s an ineffective idiot to the nth degree so if he tried to do anything worthwile he would have made the situation worse somehow someway.
    I guess he finished his book on goats…

  5. Robert O'Donnell August 30, 2005 @ 4:09 pm

    I remember an old saying in the Navy “The torpedo has to run its course.” and this we see with GWB and the American people. We can not blame this all on the media. People are supposed to have brains and be able to see, instead they have been bought just like the media. Big promises of how well off they will be after the tax breaks and how those people on welfare need a job and so lets take more money away from them. Give them an incentive to get to work. Oh, lets ship more jobs out of the country to give companies more profits.

    YES! The people have been bought just like a two bit whore. And they listen to a two bit doper as a president that cheated his way through life.

  6. Deborah Anderson August 30, 2005 @ 4:11 pm

    The TV & Print media in the US are brain dead; these “journalists” live in some kind of evil parrallel universe along with the morons who inhabit the White House. To Stu in Australia: I am awake & have been totally aware of the evil oozing from George Bush’s pores. But at this time in our history, the freaks in Jesusland are running the show! The world has a front row seat to view the rise of fascism in this country. And I believe the laws of karma will exact a heavy payment from us…..

  7. Eric August 30, 2005 @ 4:12 pm

    He is so out of touch, he doesn’t even know when to pretend to be compassionate anymore.

  8. Alan Charles August 30, 2005 @ 4:21 pm

    If nothing else, his timing couldn’t have been much worse. He surely HAD to know there would be people HOPING for a picture like this they could juxtapose against pictures of the devastation of Katrina. He either wasn’t thinking or just truly doesn’t care.

  9. Pancholoco August 30, 2005 @ 4:28 pm

    Obviously, the month of August and Commander-Coo-Coo Bananas-in Chief just don’t mix well..or maybe God is finally telling old Coo-Coo to stop vacationing?

  10. TruthToPower August 30, 2005 @ 4:37 pm

    I live in the USA. I used to be proud to say that. Bush and his entire neocon administration have destroyed this country economicly, broke the national treasury, drove the entire world to hate us by launching an illegal war of choice based on lies (killing 100,000+ innocent Iraqi civilians). This country (USA) to coin a phrase from Mr 5 deferments Cheney, is in it’s last throes.
    Every country in the world should refuse to do business with the USA , no trade, no anything. Simply turn your back on us, we deserve nothing.

    I am sorry for all the bloodshed caused by our nations childlike President.

  11. Stuart Coyle August 30, 2005 @ 4:48 pm

    To Deborah,

    I do apologise for tainting all Americans with the same brush. I know there are millions of open minded Americans out there who hate Bush and all he stands for. Australia has it’s own conservative leader who has blindly followed Bush and sent out troops to Afganistan and Iraq. The only difference is your idiot is so much more powerful and influential than ours.

    Stu from Australia

  12. George NotBush August 30, 2005 @ 4:58 pm

    Just another example of the callousness of this pyschopath and the inability of brainwashed Americans to hold him to accountability. The LA National Guard would be there not in Iraq were it not for him and the 70 million cut from New Orleans preparedness would have likely helped comabt the damage.

  13. Andrew Joffe August 30, 2005 @ 5:00 pm

    Actually Bush is close to his role model Nero, in that the emperor did not actually fiddle, but played the lute, a strummed instrument. Illiterate, but Bush is true to history.

  14. IdahoNotForSale August 30, 2005 @ 5:06 pm

    Is he playing a g chord? Looks like he’s flipping us off again.

  15. Lee Prellwitz August 30, 2005 @ 5:16 pm

    I suppose an alternative headline might be “Shrub Strums while South Suffers.”

  16. Chris Collingwood August 30, 2005 @ 5:18 pm

    What’s surprising to me is that he can remember how to play a perfect G chord.

  17. Bill Moore August 30, 2005 @ 5:18 pm

    Hypothetical question: How long do you think it would have taken Bill Clinton to get to New Orleans to survey the damage and offer words of hope and encouragement?

    My guess is he’d been there at daylight the next day.

  18. Daniel August 30, 2005 @ 5:32 pm

    Is he playing a g chord? Looks like he’s flipping us off again.

    Comment by IdahoNotForSale — August 30, 2005 @ 5:06 pm

    He’s playing a 2nd position G maj chord but he’s playing it in the wrong position (3rd).

  19. West Coast August 30, 2005 @ 5:33 pm

    These photos do show the contrast. Bush got all concerned about 15-year brain dead Terri Schaivo and left his vacation. But with perhaps hundreds dead and million(s) displaced from the hurricane, his just plays his new guitar.

    As for the will of the American people, it seems from reading Mark Crispin Miller’s excellent article in the August Harpers’ Magazine, there is solid reason to believe that for a second election in a row the one who the people voted for did not get their votes counted properly. So I do think that US citizens had figured out Bush and Co. by November 2004. But what not enough had figured out was the multi-faceted will to power these people possess that includes alterning the numbers so their guy comes out ahead, regardless of the votes cast in the ballot booths.

    No wonder 38 states had a final tally variance from the exit polls of between 2-10% – and in every case it favoured the Republican. Funny that.

    I only hope that in Canada we are smart enough to keep the private companies that want to import electronic voting at bay.

  20. John Non Bush August 30, 2005 @ 5:44 pm

    Bush is scum

  21. Rick August 30, 2005 @ 5:47 pm

    He’s just following his usual practice of sowing discord.

  22. Bill August 30, 2005 @ 6:04 pm

    I am surprised he hasn’t asked for donations to help the oil companys whose rigs have been damaged.

  23. Michael J Fowler August 30, 2005 @ 6:05 pm

    The media are not ineffective; they are doing their job in supporting this gory kleptocracy.Media ownership is in the same hands of the people who run the arms industry, oil corporations and others . They are in a unique opportunity to create the policy which causes a “demand” for their products.
    http://www.amerikaos.com/boycottmedia.html displays a very helpful chart for explaining why “things are the way they are NOT”

  24. Tony Denova August 30, 2005 @ 6:05 pm

    What I expect from a real President is to ask congress for 87 billion for the reconstruction of those devastated places in La, Miss,and Al.
    Lets fix our own people for a change.

  25. Tina August 30, 2005 @ 6:09 pm

    George Bush is totally insane and a complete disgrace to this country and the entire world.I absolutely believe that this man is the antichrist!!! I know that might sound crazy to some of you who read this but think about it and it could make sense!!!!

  26. Leef August 30, 2005 @ 6:19 pm

    For a couple years or more now, I have been ashamed to be American. I see the profusion of flags decorating buildings, cars and web sites. I see the people burying their heads in the sand, emulating “our great leader.” I bristle at the refusal of good people — my own sister among them — to be insulted and appalled by the lies told to us by Georgie and his minions.

    Rock On, George. May there truly be a Hell, for you shall truly wind up there.

  27. Dinah August 30, 2005 @ 6:26 pm

    Terrific audience at this site. Australia,too!

    Rumor is gas prices will jump 50 cents/gallon tomorrow. This is the effect on an industry subsidised by our military and our tax dollars to make certain elite wealthier.

    I do recall Aaron Brown News Night (CNN) did show the photographs of coffins draped with American flags. News Night also plays special music during intros with a page of individual memorial to the soldiers who have died. Many of his stories are thoughtful, reflective, informative accounts of the political climate or actualities of war. I try to support the people who speak out.

    And please, find your democratic precinct members and get busy everyone.

  28. Karen August 30, 2005 @ 6:48 pm

    Oh my God, Bush and a Guitar.
    I hope he does not eat a pretzel while trying to play LOL

  29. Denkil August 30, 2005 @ 6:53 pm

    Bush is a scumbag! What do you expect.

  30. Pat August 30, 2005 @ 7:00 pm

    Someone should write a book — “Dumbing Down the Presidency – the Legacy of George W. Bush”

  31. Raven August 30, 2005 @ 7:06 pm

    Stu from Oz–you hit the nail on the head. I lived down there from 2000-2001 and saw what Prime Minister Howard was like and I empathize. How a rich daddy’s fuck like Bush could actually be qualified by anyone as being fit for the presidency of this country is ridiculous. It is clear that our votes no longer matter, and our government is a danger to us all. This means national tax revolt, and overthrow at this point.

  32. Diane August 30, 2005 @ 7:23 pm

    At least there is no sound track for this picture. I think he was probably singing “Cry me a river”. heh-heh.

  33. Ned Cummings August 30, 2005 @ 7:27 pm

    Photo-opt Bush will go to the disaster area when Karl Rove gets the best stage set up and he is surrounded by an army of protection along with a group of specially picked cool- aid drinking supporters.

  34. Wes August 30, 2005 @ 7:32 pm

    How do you suppose they are going to take this tragedy and turn it into political capital like 9/11? “He wasn’t reading a book this time. He was in constant contact with his advisors as this natural disaster unfolded. It just looks like he was goofing off during a crisis. He was really trying to project calmness. We’re so lucky he was leading us and not some scardy-cat Democrat.”

  35. Jon Ponder August 30, 2005 @ 7:34 pm

    Hat tip to West Coast about Bush rushing home to intervene in the Schiavo case. I just posted this:

    Flashback: Bush Cuts Vacation Short to Intervene in Schiavo Case

  36. Hope August 30, 2005 @ 7:37 pm

    Personally, I don’t think there are enough derogatory adjectives in all human languages to describe this filthy, little moron who stole two presidential elections via his cabal of psychopathic Republican henchmen. He cares nothing for anything other than his own stinking ass; he is a sociopath without feeling or thought for anything other than his own immediate surroundings. Shame on all who voted for this loser, drug-addict from the underbelly of gun-drunk Texas. We have now become an enslaved nation chained to the pimp of mediocrity.

  37. boudicca August 30, 2005 @ 7:46 pm

    We should all mail gw a pretzel! d’you think he’ll get the message?

  38. Karen August 30, 2005 @ 8:00 pm

    Bush cut his vacation short in order to now play the big Hero to the ravaged flood victims.
    I would not be surprised to see him climb on top the Superdome with a bull horn like he did in New York except this time around I hope Americans have the good sense and realize Bush is a Fraud, Liar and Cheat who is responsible for over 1,800 dead Americans and only god knows how many innocent Iraqis.

  39. Raven August 30, 2005 @ 8:02 pm

    Amen, Karen. And not only the war dead, but the dead from global warming as well. All of it is on his and his profiteering cronies’ heads. I wonder if the people in Alabama, Mississippi and Louisiana are going to wake up this time. It is they who are paying the price for Bush’s love of oil, money and the pollution that has contributed to the strength of this storm. Wake up!

  40. Karen August 30, 2005 @ 8:19 pm

    Thanks Raven,
    Don’t mean to be disrespecting Americans, but it’s time for Americans to wake up and smell the truth about this sorry excuse for a President.
    Makes me want to vomit, when I think of impeaching Clinton for a BJ and this Idiot is responsible for so many lifes.
    Greetings from Canada

  41. sjay August 30, 2005 @ 8:24 pm

    George Bush is totally insane and a complete disgrace to this country and the entire world.I absolutely believe that this man is the antichrist!!! I know that might sound crazy to some of you who read this but think about it and it could make sense!!!!

    Comment by Tina — August 30, 2005 @ 6:09 pm

    I copy Tina. Right on.

  42. jason graves August 30, 2005 @ 8:42 pm

    he is a fekcing eeejit, with a moronality fecking agenday, scumbag 33rd degree elite freemason sh!t b*g what a f3cker.

    This c*nt is leading the what? 1st world he couldn’t lead a bunch of girl scouts through the woods, and you voted this sh!t 4 brian’s int… my dog, the world is screwed, he is about as valuable as my *ss and he’s as intelligent as my freekin shites. What a screw drunk ass shite head, feck him and his stooopid fecked up policies, 9/11 looks like an inside job and he the ‘scum bag’ was their huggin real men, I hope he rots in some scummy sewer dead inside feckin aligator, just my $333.33 cents ANGRY!

  43. jason graves August 30, 2005 @ 8:47 pm

    fuc4 bush and fuc4 his policies rot in hell bush and all your granpappy OIL 710 poilicies may you die horibbly under some scum bag Gay gang bang… no offence to any gay gang banger just that BUSH deserves YOUR mercy!!!!!!!!!!!!@!!!!!!!!!!

    J aka ‘Freaking Angry’

  44. jason graves August 30, 2005 @ 8:53 pm

    Clinton, bwoy you betta come back and kick this sh!t bag’s ass, cos bro, at least you were doing what a bway would do, and yep you lied and got caught but still respect ya diplomacy, speak out and reach this Bush TIT’s ass hole and pull him the feck out, Puh-Lease!

    He cannot and should not be in possession of the remote control of a TV let alone the world!!! he has his finger on WHAT the BUTTON USA look out, this fecking eeejit cannot even meeet the mother of one of fallen, the dead in a war HE and GRANPAPPY started. If I’m not mistaken HE and his CRONIE shite heads, trained the AL QUAIDAI in the USA to start with… I’m smelling a sh!te head with a OIL agenda and a complete lack of comppassion

    duck all with hearts and lives and loves. this f#cker doesn’t care about anything other than money money money and errrrm his asss hole!!!!

    wake up world this CU%T needs to ied a bad way!

    J aka ‘FECKING ANGRY!!!’

  45. donna August 30, 2005 @ 9:05 pm

    Was he singing “Idiot son of an Asshole” or “Fortunate Son”?

  46. verybigblog August 30, 2005 @ 9:18 pm

    President Nero

    In a scene like of Rome’s fires… Bush fiddles while New Orleans floods. He also announced today he was finally calling his vacation short after it became obvious the country is growing spiteful of the month long photo ops when there’s actual work t…

  47. karena August 30, 2005 @ 9:34 pm

    Great catch. It is Ford Truck Month again and Chevy Employee
    Discount sales. That is all we see on TV here in Texas. We had no idea that a hurricane hit or that Bush was on vacation. Jesus Christ on a Raft. Seriously, the f***er fiddling with the guitar is the last straw.

  48. BuffyTFS August 30, 2005 @ 9:44 pm

    It is so nice to see our noble, moral President doing all he can to help those affected by Hurricane Katrina. It is obvious he cares a great deal for their suffering, as he does for all Americans.

    Yeah, right. That jagoff cares only for himself and his rich friends and contributors. The middle class and poor mean nothing to him, as he has consistently shown through his policy making and behavior. He can’t even take a moment of his time to throw the people of LA one of his phony prayers, he cares so little. Utterly disgusting!

  49. ktpinnacle August 30, 2005 @ 9:52 pm

    If it was Florida during an election, he’d be handing out water with Jeb and posing for photo ops.

    Alas, the mistakes have been made, the arrogant knucklehead is back in office.

    I hope MS and LA remember this in 2006 and 2008.

  50. Wilba August 30, 2005 @ 9:55 pm

    George Bush is just a puppet to his Daddy, he can say, act and do whatever he pleases.

    Like he said “I don’t give a F*#K”

    Revolt Americans you are running out of time…

  51. terry August 30, 2005 @ 9:58 pm

    bush,
    was elected by fools,big buisness thiefs,and the like,you lot deserve all you get.
    the poor ppl of iraq well thats another story.

    now its gonna take for ypou americans to Stand Up and Speak up.
    a proud country going down the toilet fast.

  52. Diane August 30, 2005 @ 10:14 pm

    I live in Victoria, Australia and every night on SBS at 5.00 there is a program screened and in the last couple of minutes, every American soldier that has been confirmed dead, that day, is shown along with there name and rank. It is very sad and amazing just how many are screened on a daily basis. They just keep coming up one after the other. I am sure if this was shown in America, all hell would break lose, because it certainly would here in Australia. Either all this gets hidden in the American media or maybe individual lives are not as important as they are here. Bush certainly needs a serious mental make-over. I feel sorry for you all.

  53. bob the nihilist August 31, 2005 @ 5:18 am

    Hey all you Australians — we Americans hate Bush, too! More of us every day. Just give us a little more time.
    PS — Some ammo might help.

  54. Texgotham August 31, 2005 @ 5:44 am

    George Bush is the best argument against intelligent design

  55. Mike in Raleigh, NC August 31, 2005 @ 5:56 am

    Stu,
    No worries mate…..sadly, a good number of us here in the US are paying the price for idiots voting for a draft dodging, coke snorting, alcoholic fake Texan in 2000 because many bean brains here felt they could “sit and have a beer” with Bush as opposed to a true professional politician like President Gore.
    Whether or not these clown learn from their mistakes remains to be seen……..g’day

  56. kirk August 31, 2005 @ 6:40 am

    Do Americans expect President Bush to immediately go to the Superdome to man the toilets and/or control crowds. Didn’t he go back to Washington and end his working Texas vacation immediately to manage the government response? And people who criticize his vacation don’t remember Clinton’s vacations in which he mooched off his rich friends to use their estate homes several times each year. Stop the paranoia and research facts and be logical instead of dramatic to the extreme. Bushhaters never have FACTS to back up their accusations.

  57. Karen August 31, 2005 @ 7:27 am

    Kirk,
    Looking at Bush from the outside of your country I think it’s you who does not keep his facts straight.
    Bush took more Vacations than any other President in History with a few photo-ops thrown in. LOL
    Most Americans now get that their President is nothing but a puppet for his fathers friends and you better get your head out of the sand.

  58. Jim August 31, 2005 @ 8:45 am

    It’s instructive to note that the Douchebag-in-Chief’s polls are dropping NOT because of his murdering ways in Iraq but rather because of the frickin’ price of gas.

    This confirms my long-held opinion that the American public reacts ONLY to pocketbook issues. There has been no pressure on the public to pony up to pay for all this profligate spending by the Republicans until now.

    Greenspan blessed the unconscionable tax cuts and kept the interest rates low and now he is about to put the knife into your home “investment” (now that everyone is working 9 fuckin jobs to make their payments.)

    What a country full of idiots.
    America has become a coin-operated country. No culture, no morals, and no class just reverence for the sacred god of Bling.

    Don’t stare at the fan without eye protection because the stuff is about to hit it.

  59. Anastasia August 31, 2005 @ 8:46 am

    Not just Clinton, but any president in my memory — which goes back, vaguely, to Ike— would have been all over tv as soon as it looked like the hurricane MIGHT hit, expressing sympathy and promising maximum help. Clinton and Reagan would be all over Tv ight and day, encouraging, uplifting, orating, sympathizing. Jimmy Carter would be manning a rescue boat. Nixon’s speech migt appear to be wooden but he’s be making it, and he’d be burning the midight oil, cancelling all his engagements to work on sending help. I cannot conceive of ANY other president of the last 50 years responding like this.

  60. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 8:50 am

    Let’s see what we can do. First what are the time lines of these two pictures. There are no dates to match them to each other. Also when Osam was handed to Clinton he turned his back an we ended up with 911. At least Bush is trying to hunt Osam down. An let me ask you all if you saw your neighbor beating an killing his family would you turn a blind eye. At least Bush had the balls to take Sadam down. An sure we are losing lives over there but how many people lose there lives right here in the USA every day to drive-by shootings, robberies & murders. A hellava lot more than we lose in Iraq an at least our boys in Iraq have the option to shoot back plus when they joined the military they knew that they were not going to a cake walk. They joined because they wanted to give back to there country even if it means giving there lives, no one forced them to join they did it of thier own free will an my hat is off to them. I fell bad when I read about how many die each day in the name of freedom but I feel even worst when I read all this jiberish here on this crybaby site. So what are you all doing to help the victims of Katrina? What are you all doing to protect the innocent who are preyed upon by the evil on our streets. I see more deaths by crime in our streets then I do in Iraq on the nightly news every night. Ya Bush may now make the best of choices but I guess that just mskes him human. How perfect are you that you can sit at your computer an bash the Pres. when you are doing nothing but running your mouth off an spuing unintelligent #$&%*&%# words. I at least can carry a weapon on my home streets to which I can help defend my fellow citizens. You all read that the Supreme Court of our great nation has said that the police have no constitutional obligations to protect individuals. That means we have to protect ourselves as it should be. I would rather know that the good citizen sitting next to me on the bus has a gun rather then have to pay more taxes just so we can pay a policeman to sit on the bus all day who really does not have to protect us anyway per the Supreme Court. You talk about wanting to revolt than prove it. Start at the street level an take back your streets from the muggers, rappist an the scum bags who prey upon your children an your neighbors. Then our government officials will stand up an take notice that we mean business an that they may be next in line if they don’t straighten-up-an-fly-right. Sorry Australia at least most of our government is behind our 2nd amendment so we can still own a gun. I was very heart broken when you had your right to own a gun was taken away from you. So instead of bashing our Bush you should be standing up for your own rights before they are all taken away from you. Remember how Hitler got his start? He disarmed his own citizens. Remember your history lessons an you will see what happens when the people are unarmed by there government. An yes there are those in our government who think we should not have the 2nd amendment, of course they would never give up thier bodyguards who have guns, but we will stand up to them an prove them wrong. We can be trusted to protect ourselves even if we could afford a bodyguard we still have a gun on our person by proxy. Which makes most of out government officials 2faced. So I challenge you all to get off your a22 an make a difference put your mouth spuing jiberish to work. Take back your streets an the government will take notice. Spread the love not your a22 on that chair you are sitting on.

  61. Incredulous Canadian August 31, 2005 @ 9:01 am

    Hey – he has to get on with his life….

  62. Alan Charles August 31, 2005 @ 9:40 am

    When you click on the link for the photograph, it says it was taken Tuesday, August 30th. That would be yesterday. Katrina’s landfall date is well known.

    The rest of your rant reads like so many Republican talking points.

    Most of don’t believe he is trying as hard to track Osama down as you do, but you’re entitled to your opinion.

  63. Raven August 31, 2005 @ 10:18 am

    With respect to Jim’s comment above, right on. “Coin operated country” is on the money, no pun intended.

    This is why a national tax revolt is so necessary–look who the tax cuts are for. The rest of us are footing the bill for George’s blueblood lifestyle.

    I expect to see more protests going on as time goes by of all different forms. Obviously gas being nearly $3 per gallon in California is one way for Bush and Co. to rake it in. The price increases are not contributing to the road system or anything, they are just more fat for the already obese.

    Now bow down your head in prayer to the Almighty Dollar. It’s about to crash.

  64. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 10:24 am

    Thanks Alan. I see that Bush was at a naval base speeking about V-J Day. I hope most people now that he was not a CW concert as the picture tends to let you believe if you do not look further.
    Yes I like to think that he is looking for Osama but some people can be very hard to find if they know how and where to hide. Myself I think Osama is hiding in Iran.
    An you are right I am a registered Rep. but that is because you have to register with some party. An there is no Common Sense Party.
    If you follow the news you will see that there are many Dems who also believe in the 2nd amendment. The 2nd amendment was put in place by our forefathers as a way to not only make it our right to be able to protect outselves but to also to protect the rest of the Bill of Rights. But some of our media people think they are safe behind the 1st amendment but without the 2nd Amd the B of R is just a piece of worthless paper.
    Most of the laws passed today have no teeth to them but the 2nd Amd gives teeth to the B of R. That is why some of our politicans want to get rid of it. They claim it is an outdated right because we have the police an the army. But where were the police & the army during the LA riots? They fact that store owners have the right to bare arms is the reason they were able to protect their stores from looters. Look at the looters running rampant in New Orleans right now because the LAW cannot be there or if they are they are so busy trying to help survivors they cannot protect the stores from the looters.
    If you study your history books individuals have always had to defend themselves. When the pioneers traveled across this great nation of ours did they have army escorts to protect them? No they had to rely upon themselves for protection from the perils of the wilderness. And I am not just pointing fingers at the Indians there were many thieves wandering across the plains back then preying on the smaller wagon trains. And life is no different today just walking to the store can put you into the position to be preyed upon by the criminal mind. Think not, just turn on AMW some time an see for yourself how many people turn up missing after they went to the store or were walking to there friends house just down the street. Just last night on the news a guy tried to kidnap a 4 yr old boy but luckly for him his 8 yr old cousin fought the guy off with a piece of rebar. This happened in the middle of the day while they were walking home from a friends house!

  65. Sammy August 31, 2005 @ 10:31 am

    Here’s the full story (the pic of Bush was taken at a VJ Day ceremony):

    Bush: War in Iraq Honors Heroes of the Past
    By Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    American Forces Press Service

    SAN DIEGO, Aug. 30, 2005 – The ideals that were fought for in World War II are still relevant today in the global war on terror and are being honored by the continued commitment of U.S. forces in Iraq, President Bush said here today.

    At a V-J Day ceremony at Naval Air Station North Island here, Bush spoke to active-duty sailors and Marines, WWII veterans and military families about the importance of the American victory over Japan 60 years ago.

    “America confirmed the power of freedom to transform the bitterest enemies into the closest friends,” he said.

    The victory in WWII proved that democracy was the most unconquerable of all forms of society and that free nations could muster the resolve to defend themselves when attacked, Bush said. The victory also demonstrated the value of the spirit of liberty, he said, which is the most powerful weapon democracies have.

    “Wherever our troops raised the flag of victory, they would also sew the seeds of liberty, and, as a result, the world is better off,” he said.

    The very ideals proven 60 years ago are again being tested in the war in Iraq, Bush said. Again, America was attacked on its own soil, and its resolve is being tested, he explained, but Americans can have confidence because of the courage and character of U.S. servicemembers.

    “We will not rest until victory is American and our freedom is secure,” he said.

    The stakes in Iraq are high, Bush said, but as in the past, the enemies of America will fail and democracy will prevail. The best way to honor the sacrifices of military members past and present is to continue the fight until a free Iraq is built, he said.

    “We will honor their sacrifices by completing the mission and laying the foundation for peace,” he said. “We will never let the enemies of a new century destroy with cowardice what these Americans built with courage.”

    The future of freedom is in good hands with the men and women serving in America’s armed forces today, Bush said. He recognized the sailors and Marines of North Island for playing a critical role in the war on terror.

    “However you are serving, each of you is defending the nation and bringing honor to the uniform,” he said. “Your commander in chief and your country are proud of your service.”

    The ceremony at North Island also included a performance by country music star Mark Wills and a speech by Jerry Coleman, the announcer for the San Diego Padres baseball team and a WWII veteran. Coleman, who was a fighter pilot in WWII, praised the attendees for their service to the nation.

    “The greatest generation is right now,” he said, “and they’re out there looking at me.”

    http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Aug2005/20050830_2572.html

  66. get a grip August 31, 2005 @ 10:37 am

    “Bush Fiddles (with a Guitar) While New Orleans Floods”

    Gasp! The callousness! Next thing you will be telling me is that he ate breakfast whole New Orleans floods! Or that he combed his hair while NO floods! What do you expect him to do? Go down and part the waters with a wave of his hands?

  67. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 10:42 am

    GW “MOSES” BUSH has a nice ring to it.

  68. Sammy August 31, 2005 @ 10:46 am

    Here is the rest of the story:

    Bush: War in Iraq Honors Heroes of the Past
    By Sgt. Sara Wood, USA
    American Forces Press Service

    SAN DIEGO, Aug. 30, 2005 – The ideals that were fought for in World War II are still relevant today in the global war on terror and are being honored by the continued commitment of U.S. forces in Iraq, President Bush said here today.
    At a V-J Day ceremony at Naval Air Station North Island here, Bush spoke to active-duty sailors and Marines, WWII veterans and military families about the importance of the American victory over Japan 60 years ago.

    “America confirmed the power of freedom to transform the bitterest enemies into the closest friends,” he said.

    The victory in WWII proved that democracy was the most unconquerable of all forms of society and that free nations could muster the resolve to defend themselves when attacked, Bush said. The victory also demonstrated the value of the spirit of liberty, he said, which is the most powerful weapon democracies have.

    “Wherever our troops raised the flag of victory, they would also sew the seeds of liberty, and, as a result, the world is better off,” he said.

    The very ideals proven 60 years ago are again being tested in the war in Iraq, Bush said. Again, America was attacked on its own soil, and its resolve is being tested, he explained, but Americans can have confidence because of the courage and character of U.S. servicemembers.

    “We will not rest until victory is American and our freedom is secure,” he said.

    The stakes in Iraq are high, Bush said, but as in the past, the enemies of America will fail and democracy will prevail. The best way to honor the sacrifices of military members past and present is to continue the fight until a free Iraq is built, he said.

    “We will honor their sacrifices by completing the mission and laying the foundation for peace,” he said. “We will never let the enemies of a new century destroy with cowardice what these Americans built with courage.”

    The future of freedom is in good hands with the men and women serving in America’s armed forces today, Bush said. He recognized the sailors and Marines of North Island for playing a critical role in the war on terror.

    “However you are serving, each of you is defending the nation and bringing honor to the uniform,” he said. “Your commander in chief and your country are proud of your service.”

    The ceremony at North Island also included a performance by country music star Mark Wills and a speech by Jerry Coleman, the announcer for the San Diego Padres baseball team and a WWII veteran. Coleman, who was a fighter pilot in WWII, praised the attendees for their service to the nation.

    “The greatest generation is right now,” he said, “and they’re out there looking at me.”

    http://www.defenselink.mil/news/Aug2005/20050830_2572.html

  69. lb August 31, 2005 @ 11:09 am

    Mike, maybe you should have taken your GUN and gone to shoot down the hurricane with your GUN, seeing as how your GUN is the obvious answer to everything. Ever think that love for you GUN might be masking some strange insecurity?

  70. Erin OH August 31, 2005 @ 11:22 am

    Bush needs to be impeached. He needs to bring home all of our troops and help US for a change. Any objections?

  71. kirk August 31, 2005 @ 11:46 am

    So Bush is raking in oil money? Prove it. Explain how – what he owns, what his profits are. Reality is proven by his publicly-released tax returns. Iraq oil contracts were owned by France and all profits will go to Iraq – all public knowledge. Overseas critism of Bush? How smart and honest and wonderful are your leaders? Chirac, Blair? Schroeder? A bunch of inept dishonest jingoistic xenophobic fools. Stop spewish politically correct shit and research facts. You’ll soon shut your eurotrash mouth.

  72. Sue (D) Indiana August 31, 2005 @ 12:02 pm

    I am a strong democrat & I truly believe “any republican” that truly believes Bosh is doing us Americans or “our” country any good, or Iraq any good for that mattet is just as clinically insane as Bosh is & needs to be locked up & the shit kicked right out you! Keep making excuses for the moran, by 2009 everyone will be using their “gun” to kill just for survival in the US.
    When we went into Iraq to invade that was one of the saddest days in American history! We were a nation of pride & all other countries respected & envied us, I am not proud today & hate the fact that Bosh is everything I DO NOT STAND FOR!
    Wake up America! Exactly how many human lives must be sacrificed around the world before we impeach him?
    As far as the comments about what is Bosh suppose to do about Katrina, umm, how about showing just a bit of concern & getting his ass down south to see what condition his country is in & the pain & suffering his people are enduring, oh how about like yersterday.
    And for you Mike, your doing nothing but sitting at you computer making excuses for him. Are your children fighting in Iraq? Have any of your children died in Iraq? All of us wouldn’t need a gun if our country wasn’t starving, homeless, & people could get a job paying more than minimum wage to survive. I don’t remember being this hard up during Clinton’s years! I remember making a ton of money, vacationing & being able to afford to buy groceries & fuel up both my vehicles & boat. Get a grip, get lost, or put that gun in your mouth & pull the trigger Mike! Your a loser just like “your president!”
    On a side note……….
    I don’t have much to offer but I contributed $25 lastnight to http://www.redcross.org/donate/donate.html Hurrican 2005 Relief, all I can do is plead w/everyone here to please put aside what an asshole Bosh is, and find it in your heart to donate the minimum $5 contribution here, our people here in Gulfcoast states are in desperate need of everything & we need help with this please! Our pres has used up all our extra resources for his war!

  73. Michael J Fowler August 31, 2005 @ 12:12 pm

    I can remember the gun enthusiasts’ argument about – ” What are you going to do if the government comes and tries to take away all of your rights and you’re not armed?”
    Well, ace; the government has passed legislation negating the First, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Sixth, Seventh, Eighth and Ninth Amendments of the Bill of Rights. They have, by their actions, trashed the 12th, 13th, 14th and 15th ammendments. The Republicans are in the process of dismantling Posse Commitatus; this will enable the government to employ the military against the citizens. The leadership post for this secret military police organization has been filled by John Negroponte who has had a lot of experience in this field; he helped set up the Death Squads in El Salvador who were instrumental in raping and killing subversive nuns in that country.
    So – I guess that we can expect soon to see all of you heavily armed NRA heroes storming the Capitol to get our rights back for us, right?
    Whaddya mean, you’re hiding under the bed and peeing your pants?
    I guess that it was easy to talk tough like that until the actual situation came to pass, eh?

  74. jason graves August 31, 2005 @ 12:17 pm

    FECKING 33rd Degree EEEEJIT…

    Self Respecting FREEMASON’s remove this joke of human flotsum from the planet, puh-leeese!!!

    What the FECK does he think he’s doing??? there are hundreds of people stranded and dying and that Shrubster joke of a life, is playing the fecking geetar, feker!!!

    Anyone who thinks Usama Bin Laden is hiding, I think we’d better search a Ranch in Crawford…

    USA C OF IA created AL QUAEDAy NO???

    of course they did, you REAP what you SOW, in this case, the fecking eeeejit was inviting his own growth back to his country to instigate WWIII sell a few more arms to the broken poor. WHAT A LIMEY W*NKER, hope he buggers off to the slimy evelution pit he came from him, his DAD and his FREAKY NAZI Oily Grandfather!!!

    FREAKING ANGRY!!!

  75. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 2:28 pm

    IB sorry if I mislead you into thinking the gun is the answer to everything.The point I am trying to make is that we have a right to defend ourselves by what ever means possible. We are lucky to live in a country where we have two ways of defending ourselves. 1)we have the greatest tool of all, the pencil with which we can vote or write our opinions with. 2)we have the 2nd amendment which was established by our forefathers to protect ourselves and our country from enemies both foreign and domestic, even from a tyrannic government. I believe in the Constitution and the Bill of Rights an what they stand for.
    There is nothing we could have done to stop the wrath of Katrina, but we have the resolve to come together an help our fellow countryman in their time of need. This is the choice of a free country. Love your neighbor.

  76. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 2:33 pm

    Too bad we can’t take the strings off the guitar and string up dumbya.

  77. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 2:35 pm

    To Kirk. Boy I’d like to meet you you Ameritrash mouth little asshole.

  78. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 3:05 pm

    Well Sue I am sorry that you are no longer prospering in this great land what happened? As for my children well one is raising a family an the other is to young yet to join the military. But many of my friends have children in the military an many of them have been to Iraq. I even have friends who are in Iraq an they all tell me that they are proud to be able to do what they are doing. Some have even gone for a second tour.
    So you are blaming all your finacial problems on the Pres. Can you remember the last two times gas went up like crazy an we all survived. Sure we had to cut back to make it work but we still made it. I think you more or less got a little to comfortable whith your life style an now that things are not going your way it is someone else’s fault. Sweet heart you made your bed. If you do not prepare for what the future may hold you are selling yourself short.
    Mr Fowler I thank you for the info about John Negroponte. I was not aware of this situation an will look into it for it does not sound very pleasing. An you are right about the government dismantling the amendments they have been foing it for years little by little so as each new generation does not know what they nolonger have. An do you really think that our children in the military will turn their guns own their own parents? Well some will but most will not. As for this secret military army lead by John Negroponte I would think most fo his men will probably be very easily brainwashed into doing his biding. But I cannot say for sure will need more info on him. What more can you tell me about him or where can I look to find out more about him? I never said I was an NRA member. I know many people who are just ordinary citizens who are not members of any pro-gun organizations but if the time came I hope that you will join us in fighting for our freedoms an not sitting on the sidelines “IF” the situation actually came to past. I hope it never does for all our sakes but if it ever did where will you be?

  79. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 3:11 pm

    GOPHater boy are you mad or what. Tell me what is bothering you so that I may better understand where it is you are coming from.

  80. kirk August 31, 2005 @ 3:31 pm

    GOPHater: your name says it all. You’re irrational, irrelevant, and you have a dirty mouth. Take your complaints to Brussels.

  81. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 3:52 pm

    Kirk,
    I quote you:
    “Stop spewish politically correct shit and research facts. You’ll soon shut your eurotrash mouth.”
    Yet you say I am irrational. Let us meet somewhere in your home state of Texas and we shall see who is what.

  82. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 4:02 pm

    Mr Fowler you are right about Mr Negroponte. There is much info on him that is very disturbing. No telling what he is capable of. I will read more on him in the coming days. Thanks for your input

  83. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 4:07 pm

    Hey GOPHater I would still like to hear what it is that is bother you. But leave the colorful superlatives out let us keep this civil.

  84. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 4:12 pm

    Mike,
    Do a search on Kirk on this page, see what he has said, then ask yourself why you are pestering me. Thank you Mike.

  85. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 4:22 pm

    GOPHater sorry I was just trying to get your side of the story. I see where Kirk is coming from but that does not mean I am siding with him.

  86. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 4:30 pm

    Mike,
    I’m just getting tired of redneck idiots calling European people Eurotrash and knocking their leaders. I’m sick of ill-informed yahoos whose voting patterns are ruining this country. Kirk, where are you? Alabama, Mississippi, Louisianna, Texas? I know it’s ONE of those forward-leaning states.

  87. Raven August 31, 2005 @ 4:32 pm

    Hey I am all for civility until our jobs get sent offshore and our civil liberties are limited by a misnamed ‘patriot act’… it’s time to haul ass!

  88. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 4:53 pm

    GOPHater you are right name calling is not an effective way of chatting an learning from each other. We all have our opinions but we should be able to talk about them civily. Hope to chat with you soon. I have a ball game I havee to be at. Take care

  89. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 5:12 pm

    Raven,
    The time is now. Civility has been tried. We have people like Ann Coulter saying that if the terrorists attacked New York, NY’ers would promptly surrender. She says this because NY voted blue. We have Rush Lardbaugh saying of Cindy Sheehan losing her son, “Hey, everyone loses something”. It’s time to shut these people up, and out of our country. Kirky-boy falls into this category.

  90. Stuart Coyle August 31, 2005 @ 5:15 pm

    Wow the tone has really changed with these replies.As as observer from the other side of the world I really do not understand how any sensible person could support your President or his neocon masters.To me it seems irrelevant to judge the issue on Republican or Democrat lines….the whole system seems corrupt and twisted.

    Does anyone honestly believe the world is a safer place today than on Sept 12? Does anyone really believe that Iraq ever had WMD’s or posed any real threat to the US? Does anyone really believe that the Taliban were any more deserving of being overthrown than say Mugabe in Zimbabwe or the House of Saud in Saudi Arabia?

    I personally spent a month in the U.S. in the early 1990’s on a school basketball trip. I found all the American people I met of every colour and race to be incredibly hospitable, generous, inquisitive and kind.I just cannot comprehend that your country is now responsible for leading the entire free world down a path leading to violence, hatred and ignorance.As as Australian I have the feeling that history will judge us as being the best little buddy for the bad guy.

  91. GOPHater August 31, 2005 @ 5:48 pm

    Hey Kirk,
    I’m signing off of this blog now. Have been waiting for your response to me way too long. I guess yall probably drove to the 711 by now, and are in the middle of yer 6-pack of Bud. Are the hound dogs hungry enough to go coon huntin’ tonight? Have a great life.

  92. Michael J Fowler August 31, 2005 @ 6:14 pm

    Mr. Mike:

    RE: Negroponte/Military Commitatus
    http://www.countercurrents.org/us-auken190205.htm There are a number of other sources. Scary. Bush may or may not be scum; the majority of Americans disapprove of his performance. Mr. Bush seems to rely on cheap theatrics(mission accomplished!) and the soaring profits gained by arms manufacturers and Halliburton (KBR up by nearly 300% this year alone) When it is the Carlyle group that is dictating the policy of this country, there will be wars and death and plenty of fools who root from the sidelines as though it were Monday Night Football. Also, the Bush regime qualifies as a fascist government by all fourteen points under the definition of the word “Fascism”; do a search and see for yourself.

  93. Mike August 31, 2005 @ 6:18 pm

    Ya know Stuart I am glad to hear that the common people can get along where our gov leaders seem to have lost their way. I am glad to know that you met the real people of this country as I have met a few Ausies who were visitting here an found them to be grand people. When all is said an done it will probably be left up to us to pick up the pieces.

  94. Ronnie August 31, 2005 @ 7:54 pm

    If brains were lard, Bush wouldn’t have enough to grease a skillet.

  95. Opah! August 31, 2005 @ 10:05 pm

    I also backpacked Oz and was surprised that such a laid-back country has such a hawk for a PM. It is just proof of the conspiracy going on behind the scenes to create candidates and spin them as necessary. Who says these candidates are the best ones to run any country? They were placed into position more than being “voted” in. Voting in the US has become a joke–machine shortages in the more liberal districts.

    I am positive the Bush campaign hired many election engineers to piece together his lackluster “victory” though I know he did not win in 2000 and it is looking really doubtful that he actually won in 2004. The polls on his job ratings were in the forties just a couple of months after the 2004 elections, and that just does not wash at all.

  96. terry September 1, 2005 @ 4:45 am

    i have only one question.
    how many of you trust this president.
    trust him to do what truthfully is best for your country?
    interested in response.

  97. Blue Jean September 1, 2005 @ 6:02 am

    Hey, Mike,

    Speaking of guns and Katrina, check this out;

    un-oh.

  98. jason graves September 2, 2005 @ 1:15 pm

    jasgrave333 said…
    Richard, yes, I’m intrigued again 33rd degree parrallel at Porlamor… The Quakes are building and several 5.x and above today too…

    T’Zempt, you comment again brought me back to ancient Israel;

    “when I get home from work. In re: Katrina, I have no problems viewing same as a ‘self-inflicted wound’. Yes, there *are* all sorts of govt. resources available– my husband was part of the Navy relief effort when Mt. Pinatubo erupted– and it *is* criminal that they are not being instantly deployed. That this is not happening makes it look like somebody wants a big body-count… and I cannot help but remember the *sickening* labels ‘useless feeders’ and ‘mudpeople’ in this context.”

    In Jesus time, he was sickened, that the SCRIBES AND PHARASEES would the People not of their ‘il’ Amharets – Meaning Peope of the earth or SH1T for a better expression…

    Heartless and cruel, to treat people, that haven’t been educated in THESE SECRET TECHNOLOGIES or BENIFITED FROM THE BLATANT ELITIST CULTURE!

    33 reasons I had to take the morning off today (mentally), I’m utterly beyond sickened by A BUSH with as much backbone as the jelly in my fridge!

    stopping that rant because I could carry on for a long blog, using a lot of DARK Expletives, that I would rarely dig out, except for very special occasions and this is gettin near one of those ‘occasions’

    Z, love dat, doin real good bro ;)

    Doug, wow what an insight, I knew this technology existed, but the deeper sorounding information was invaluable, as was yours DU DUCK 345.

    I was ranting locally today :) about cars and SUBMARINES…!!!

    Submarines (USA MILITARY NAVAL) seperate water to make OXYGEN for the crew to breath etc, and then jettison the non used HYDROGEN.

    I was thinking about this again today only briefly as it is the reason THE WORLD IS AT WAR APPARENTLY… Terrorism or OIL?

    Would we be in IRAQ, if it didn’t have some of the purest crude oil and or possibly a STARGATE?

    Are you SCIENTISTS AND ENGINEERS TELLING US ‘the public’ that this OXYGEN, seperating technology can’t be COMPACTED TO FIT IN CARS???

    HMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM?

    Lying sacks of greasy oil laden money lovers. I’ve heard of technologies going back 20 years, let alone, this last 10 years.

    Each of them as with UFO sightings gets buried then lost in DISINFORMATION…

    LETS STOP the lying, let’s just tell the TRUTH to the world, that OIL for energy is bunk and can be done without tomorrow. However the OIL barrons GUCCI shoes need renewing. ranting, seee I told u I could go on… grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    J aka ‘rant rant rant’

    2/9/05 12:55 PM
    SunKing said…
    They biggest problem with the “hydrogen economy” (other than the fact that DoE gave the research money to Big Oil to figure out how to extract Hyrdogen from Oil) is in the distribution of the final product. I can’t remember…maybe it has to do with it blowing up or something, but how to get it to a local station and pump it to your car is the problem. Just google around, the info is there.

    Well, at least what TPTB tell us…what was I thinking?

    2/9/05 1:04 PM
    jasgrave333 said…
    SunKing said…
    They biggest problem with the “hydrogen economy” (other than the fact that DoE gave the research money to Big Oil to figure out how to extract Hyrdogen from Oil) is in the distribution of the final product. I can’t remember…maybe it has to do with it blowing up or something, but how to get it to a local station and pump it to your car is the problem. Just google around, the info is there.

    Well, at least what TPTB tell us…what was I thinking?

    2/9/05 1:04 PM

    To almost semi quote a SUBMARINER ON CNN about 3 weeks ago (RE THE SEVEN RUSSIAN SAILORS ‘stuck’ SOMEWHERE YADA YADA YADA, the US commander confirmed, that this problem DOES NOT EXIST with US SUBMARINES, as they EXTRACT air from the sea water SOROUNDING THE SUBMARINE

    Bro, I’m f[…]g angry you can’t believe. I mean, how transportable is water?

    Oh wait a minute it RAINED last night, a LARGE FUNNEL ABOVE YOUR CAR?

    Automatic fill up every day!!!

    Recharge my LARGE BATTERY to start the seperation process from SOLAR ENERGY or a DYNAMO initial start charge, re-charge…

    I was fuming today man, can’t tell u, my Boss is from the US, and his parents are FREAKING, the pumps locally in NEW YORK are charging $4.90 for a GALLON…

    Joining up the dots, here.

    Golden CALF? STOCK MARKET NY?

    BULL MARKET?

    to quote myself LOL, don’t get to do that often;

    ‘In Gold we trust’

    Molech the GOLDEN calf mentioned in the bible has a double of kind;

    the GOLDEN BULL at the New York stock

    The stock exchange represents a huge market, originally it was founded and started on the trading of cattle.

    The most precious of cattle were the fittest Bulls, as they could produce from many cows fine herds could be produced rendering the bulls owner a rich man!

    Today the New York STOCK EXCHANGE carries out the same market and money trading to an ENORMOUS world scale.

    Money is the entry ticket and trading for cattle started the stock market.

    Here is the thing; Moses broke the 10 commandments when he came down the mountain because the people were worshipping a golden calf.

    Worship involves devotion and slaving for… MONEY

    Money+Greed=Love of Money

    On USA $ currency it states “In God we trust”

    Did they spell God wrong?

    Gold is the real God for the Golden calf…

    Worship then would venerate the idea of people devoting themselves to the obtaining and precuring of money.

    The people mentioned above had a very hard time with the golden calf worship. God didnt like it at all.

    The World TRADE Organisation is probably just a front for another organisation that has a title that is yet to be Officially recognised from it’s current shaddows, attracting the idea that people are paranoid to mention it – The NWO New World Order… 666

    whew, SunKing, thanks for letting me rant a little more, the LAVA coming out mi ears is NOT cooling down…grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrr

    2/9/05 1:15 PM
    jasgrave333 said…
    CNN situation room, MORE LAVA…

    AIR FORCE ONE IS SITTING ON TARMAC…

    30,000 poor lost people, sitting in freaking horric conditions…

    A BUSH is walking about, hugging terrified victims, WHY THE […] can’t he help ship out at least 300 people on his little jolly craft???

    WHY AREN’t AIRLINES LANDING where AIRFORCE ONE CAN LAND and HELPING EVACUATE THESE PEOPLE???

    WHAT IS GOING ON?????????????????

    TV is looking scared and at the window and me… it should. every one who cares… email Jack Cafferty and let him know what you think!!!

    caffertyfile@cnn.com

    2/9/05 1:27 PM
    DU Duck 345 said…
    jasgrave333 said…
    CNN situation room, MORE LAVA…

    AIR FORCE ONE IS SITTING ON TARMAC…

    30,000 poor lost people, sitting in freaking horric conditions…

    A BUSH is walking about, hugging terrified victims, WHY THE […] can’t he help ship out at least 300 people on his little jolly craft???

    WHY AREN’t AIRLINES LANDING where AIRFORCE ONE CAN LAND and HELPING EVACUATE THESE PEOPLE???

    WHAT IS GOING ON?????????????????

    TV is looking scared and at the window and me… it should. every one who cares… email Jack Cafferty and let him know what you think!!!
    ———————————–
    Jasgrave,
    For years now I have been reading strange stories on alternative news sites about the Bush family… connections to drug use and dealing, occult and satanic worship… even pedophelia. If these are true, then alcoholism is NOTHING compared to Dubya’s other problems . And, given that some of these may be true, is it really any surprise that he responds to the suffering of others in this disconnected fashion ? I am not a shrink, but it seems that he may be a candidate for one of the worst mental conditions imaginable ….SOCIOPATH! If so, there is no possibility that he will get any better, at least not in a timeframe that will do our nation any good. It is probably good that the nation good see him on TV last night respond to the pleas of thirst and starvation of others with the mantra:
    NO TOLERANCE !
    They may need a good deal greater belly full of this kind of behavior before they finally realize what he is and get rid of him.

    2/9/05 1:49 PM
    jasgrave333 said…
    DU DUCK 345 said…”They may need a good deal greater belly full of this kind of behavior before they finally realize what he is and get rid of him.”

    AND ANY LIKE AND ASSOCIATED WITH HIM!!!

    REMEMBER AKAN??? I will be adding some more bible insight, if anyone has anyone questions about AKAN in the bible??? Remember that he AND HIS FAMILY WERE WIPED OUT FOR HIS DISGUSTING SIN!!!

    heard u DU DUCK 345, welcome to the blog, love yr input too…

    caffertyfile@cnn.com

    2/9/05 2:00 PM
    Hyperdimensional Hedgehog 231 said…
    Check this out from http://www.waynemadsenreport.com/

    “September 2, 2005 — Who is jamming communications in New Orleans? Ham radio operators are reporting that communications in and around New Orleans are being jammed. In addition, perplexed ham radio operators who were enlisted by the Federal government in 911 are not being used for hurricane Katrina Federal relief efforts. There is some misinformation circulating on the web that the jamming is the resault of solar flares. Ham radio operators report that the flares are not the source of the communications jamming. If anyone at the National Security Agency is aware of the source of the jamming, from direction finding or satellite intelligence, please discretely contact me at waynemadsendc@hotmail.com (from a private or temporary email account). In this case, the Bush administration cannot hide behind national security and it is the duty of every patriotic American to report such criminal activity to the press. Even though the information on the jamming may be considered classified — it is in the public interest to disclose it. Also, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) is reporting that no aircraft over New Orleans have been fired on over New Orleans or anywhere else in the area. Are the reports of shots being fired at aircraft an attempt by the Bush administration to purposely delay the arrival of relief to the city’s homeless and dying poor? The neocons have turned New Orleans into Baghdad on the Mississippi.”

    Is this ominous or not ?

    2/9/05 2:04 PM

    WELCOME TO ‘the’ DEBATE is bush a wanker?

    YES VOTES 100%

    Enterprise Mission

    join the bebate add your voice and f*ck the protocol, let’s get a voice and get these dick heads out of the way!

  99. Juli September 4, 2005 @ 1:40 pm

    fuck…that guy is a fucking idiot.
    gives hope to all the idiots of america that one day they too can be president.
    fuck.

  100. Comrade Thomas September 6, 2005 @ 8:37 pm

    The President could convert to islam in a parisian mosque while fucking Barbara Streisand and the lefty nerd herd would still complain.

  101. jason graves September 10, 2005 @ 4:26 pm

    What is the smirking monkey doing today? strumming his non existant character???

    He don’t care what politicks he is, heck you could paint him green and make him to the waggle every wednesday, as long as you called him ‘Puh-resident’ and OIL his Greasy pockets with Ca$H, the dribbling good don’t care… he don’t even know…

  102. john September 17, 2005 @ 5:40 pm

    why are we surprised that bush is such an idiot? we saw before his first election that he couldnt find europe on a map when asked to do so. he thought toronto was a U.S. City. These are not Michael Moore fabrications, WE WATCHED HIM! Who are you idiots that voted for him?????

  103. j lowey September 21, 2005 @ 10:43 am

    Do you really think people are stupid enough to read this site and believe what you are trying to sell! Please start telling the truth! Not try to turn things around to make the President look bad.. Bill Mayor is a joke and so is the site.. You talk about the media hiding the truth, YES they do.. None of the good that Bush does is ever talked about.

  104. jason graves September 21, 2005 @ 3:53 pm

    when he’s stopped taking it up the ass from SATAN, then we’ll look at what fecking good??? oh more of the sadistic porn… he deserves it

  105. steve April 11, 2006 @ 5:34 pm

    UH…you all have posted no proof that those events actually happened at the same time, and in a capatalist republic like the united states was intended to be, the government actually has no responsibility to help accident victims. no where in the constitution was helping people financially or giving subsidies sanctioned. technically the people should be rebuilding their own homes and helping each other.

  106. Karen April 15, 2014 @ 7:20 am

    The president told us that we needed to fight in Iraq to save lives here at home, and yet — after moving billions of domestic dollars to the Persian Gulf — there are bodies floating through the streets of Louisiana. What does George W. Bush have to say for himself now?

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