Saturday, April 08, 2006

Thank You, Harry Taylor!

My wish has come true. I now have all the personal confirmation I need that Bush is a raving psychopathic lunatic, and I have Harry Taylor to thank for this. Two days ago, our Most High Shrubbery graced Charlotte with his odious presence. In a Q&A session, 61-year old Harry Taylor let Bush know what millions of us already know:

HT: What I wanted to say to you is that I — in my lifetime, I have never felt more ashamed of, nor more frightened by my leadership in Washington, including the presidency, by the Senate, and –


THE PRESIDENT: No, wait a sec — let him speak.

HT: And I would hope — I feel like despite your rhetoric, that compassion and common sense have been left far behind during your administration, and I would hope from time to time that you have the humility and the grace to be ashamed of yourself inside yourself. And I also want to say I really appreciate the courtesy of allowing me to speak what I’m saying to you right now. That is part of what this country is about.

The full transcript is available here. And the video can be found here. As you can tell by watching the video, Bush will feel ashamed of his crimes when Hell freezes over (or when he gets "raptured" up to heaven, as both options are equally likely). He does not have a conscience. When will people understand this? The man ENJOYS what he does, just like he enjoyed blowing up frogs as a child. Just look at the sick smirk he gets when reminded that HE, among all these simple sheep, has the POWER to spy on them, arrest them, torture them, hold them for years in a foreign prison without trial. And no, he will not apologize for his depravity. He is a psychopath.

Unfortunately, Harry Taylor's freedom of speech is nothing like what Norman Rockwell was attempting to portray in his painting (see the this link for the striking resemblance to Mr. Taylor). In America, there is only the illusion of freedom of speech. Freedom of speech is the freedom to say whatever you want and have nobody listen to you; to be among the majority and have the president tell you that it's so great that in "this country" we have such freedoms, but "I'm the president" and "I'm not going to apologize for robbing you of your other basic freedoms." In other words, you have every right to complain that you are completely controlled by psychopaths, and there's not a goddamned thing you can do about it. Some freedom.


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