Wednesday, January 17, 2007

Bush Uses the Upset Card to Convince People His Opinions Are Foreful

Bush says he is upset (come on, Bushie, can you say "unacceptable" again??) at the handling of the Saddam execution. So were ALL of us, LAST WEEK, when it happened, you spineless shit!

David Kuo has a fascinating and honest Christian blog called J-Walking where, among other things (like his fascination with the iPhone) he believes that Bush should have watched the Saddam hanging:
I watched him squirm during the discussion of Saddam Hussein's hanging video and how he didn't want to watch the actual hanging. If we can't watch the consequence of what we have done then isn't it possible that the thing we have ordered is wrong? Isn't facing consequences what every one of Jesus' followers is to do? I don't understand it.

More from Wikipedia, in case you didn't know who David is:
David Kuo is an author and former Special Assistant to President George W. Bush and Deputy Director of the Office of Faith-Based and Community Initiatives. Kuo's book Tempting Faith is a political and spiritual memoir of his time in Washington working with the religious right. However, it received enormous attention primarily because of his revelation that President Bush's "compassionate conservative" promises were never fulfilled and used for primarily political purposes. He also revealed how the Bush administration used Christian voters while simultaneously ridiculing Christian political leaders.

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