Liberals Think Bush Invented Terrorism

Among the left, there seems to be a great deal of consternation when discussing the current situation of the world and the issues that populate it. Much of the discussion centers on two-term President George W. Bush.

Even now, as Bush approaches official “lame duck” status in the White House, the hardcore and bombastic left have trouble separating any presidential contest from Bush in 2008 — even though the man is all but officially out of office.

But leave it to the wild-eyed among the leftists to spread their toxic brand of liberalism to the somewhat more sanguine and sensible membership of Party-Democrat.

As a result, the uber-liberals among the left have bloodied the Democratic Party in a big way. Three-term Sen. Joe Lieberman, (D-Conn.) became a victim of the malady known as “McGovernitis, 2006.” For the less seasoned reader who is unfamiliar with whom George McGovern was, take a look at the former senator’s presidential run in 1972, and it’s easy to understand why the Democratic Party as an institution has ever since been running away from the liberal label ever since.

But maybe, the running away from the erratic and dangerous liberalism showcased within the Democratic Party has slowly changed to that of cautious acceptance.

Lieberman lost the Democratic primary to political newcomer Ned Lamont, whose only real campaign issue was that of tying Lieberman to Bush and Iraq. Lamont needs nothing else to get the support of the vituperative left. Bashing Bush over Iraq and equating Lieberman with it, is all the left needs to hear.

But really, that is all that is needed to appease the “I hate Bush and his mother” crowd. This bunch of thirtysomething leftist kooks who are still living with mommy and daddy would sooner kiss a crocodile on the lips then ever let Bush just fade out of his presidency. It is an obsession that has overtaken anything positive the Democratic Party ever had planned for the country.

But didn’t you know? The left has good reasons — very good reasons — to hate George W. Bush.

After all, everyone knows that on January 20, 2001, the world as we know was forever transformed, and in some areas, created, by America’s 43rd President.

For instance, before Bush was even comfortably seated in the same Oval Office in which former President Bill Clinton worked with plump White House interns, Bush created the dysfunctional and dangerous tyrannies of North Korea, and Iran, and heck, let’s say Iraq too, and call it a day, or better still, an “Axis of Evil.”

Surely, here were three of the world’s leading lights. North Korea is legendary for its “compassion” for the less fortunate among its own people, and Iran, of course, is a “paragon” of religious freedom. Iraq was certainly the most democratically run Muslim state in the East under Saddam, right? Yet, as reported by the media and echoed by elected Democrats in Congress, that all changed when Bush took office.

Didn’t you know that?

President Bush didn’t invent terrorism, nor has he install the Totalitarin regimes which support the terrorists… What the President has done is to confront the terrorists and thier supporters. It is too bad that Democrats lacked the balls to confront terrorism and supporting ideologies while Clinton was in office. If they had then 9-11 may never have happened.  
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  1. I’m pretty sure the reason we “liberals” are so damned mad at bush is that, while in a literal sense of course he didn’t invent terrorism, in a figurative one he most certainly did. You see, the problem is there is very, very little terrorism out there. Especially of the “international” and “islamofacist” type that Bush et al. keep going on and on about. And by out there, I mean outside my window. Somewhere in the world there are “international islamofascist” terrorists blowing things up right now, but, with the notable exception the attacks of 9/11/01, the biggest terrorist attacks in this county have all come from our own, domestic, Christian, and in no way fascist citizens. And what’s more, they come very, very (very very very very) rarely. Like on the order of once every few decades. Yet somehow, in the name of homeland security, we have waged and lost two wars, spent untold treasure, spied on our own citizens, become the most feared (not respected — there’s a difference) nation in the world, and all the while decried conscientious objectors who say “what gives” as Nazi appeasers.

    That, and made a whole bunch of really incompetent companies a whole lot of money.

    Oh, and 9-11 happened on Bush’s watch. Not Clinton’s. But maybe you didn’t get the PDB.

  2. J

    “But really, that is all that is needed to appease the “I hate Bush and his mother” crowd. This bunch of thirtysomething leftist kooks who are still living with mommy and daddy would sooner kiss a crocodile on the lips then ever let Bush just fade out of his presidency. It is an obsession that has overtaken anything positive the Democratic Party ever had planned for the country.”

    Kind of reminds me of the anti-Clintonism the republicans suffered from for eight years. It’s the true believers on both sides that are the problem. Well, actually they’re just useful idiots. It’s the professional politicians that are the problem.




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