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Saturday, November 26, 2005

LOL! Another Bush-Hater!


Saturday, November 26, 2005
Associated Press

TEHRAN, Iran — Iran's hard-line president said Saturday the Bush administration should be tried on war crimes charges, and he denounced the West for pressuring Iran to curb its controversial nuclear program.

7 Comments:

Blogger Jess said...

Boy, they're getting pretty defensive aren't they? Ruffling a few feathers are we? I guess that's their subtle implication that there is in fact a controversial nuclear program.

I'm not understanding why there's "rules" to war anyway. Charged with war crimes?! Lick my clit. There's no rules to a fist-fight is there? No. It's no hold barred, beat the shit out of someone before they beat the shit out of you first. War's the same way, just on a bigger scale. BTW, I thought we were out of the war. I thought Bush said earlier that we "won" the war, and now we're "re-building". Make up your damn mind. Are we physically at war? No? Then what the hell are we doing there? They don't want our so called help. Why do you think they're killing us? So what if they crumble when we pull out. Fuck 'em. You want to go and kill one of my friends? Fuck you, and your oil.

3:07 PM  
Blogger John said...

I like ya, kid. Ya got spunk. ;)

6:15 PM  
Blogger Gothamimage said...

You call him a Bush hater?

Perhaps he is.

Freud's Narcissism of Small Differences confirmed?

12:40 AM  
Blogger Gothamimage said...

The Iranian President ripped a page out of Bush's playbook - appearing on stage with uniformed officers and being seein with clerics.

However, he's no elitist - he may be a maniac.

We shall see.

Shan't we?

12:52 AM  
Blogger John said...

"You call him a Bush hater?

Perhaps he is."

"Perhaps?" Who does this sound like to you:

"The Bush administration should be tried on war crimes charges."

Then you quip:

"Freud's Narcissism of Small Differences confirmed?"

M-hm. Is that your own independent reference-- or have you been trolling through the antiwar salons and picking up trendy words and statements (like "Manichaean," "Debacle," and, now, "Freud's Narcissism of Small Differences") and carrying them on your tongue the way a conservative would wear an American flag lapel pin?

In Tolstoy's magnum opus *War & Peace,* your delicate crowd would feel most at home in the first part of the first book in the introductory St. Petersburg setting of the doyenne Anna Pavlovna's drawing room, where the hushed word "Antichrist"--referring to Napoleon--was then fashionable.

Now it's "Freud's Narcissism of Small Differences" that's passed around like a box of chocolate where each guest sharing in the sacrament samples his own confection that has its own unique blend of coconut or strawberry cream and then argues with his fellow finger-licking anti-warrior on which of those small differences best complement the flavor of the generic chocolate best.

Anyway, Republicus properly coupled Mamout with the Bush-Haters, by his very words and the target of his attack.

The Bush-Hater slides away from the obvious comparison between both the words and the directed spirit of the hostility and says, no, no, Mahmout is like Bush himself, "ripping a page out of Bush's playbook - appearing on stage with uniformed officers and being seein with clerics."

So you're compare the ceremonial trappings surrounding a POTUS at the United States Naval Academy with the militant sabre-rattling of an Islamo-fascist?

No! "However, he's no elitist-- (like the Everyman Bush?) he may be a maniac."

"Maybe?"

"We shall see.

Shan't we?"

Where have you been? Republicus has already seen it, and shown it:

"Israel should be wiped off the map."

"The Bush administration should be tried on war crimes charges."

Those are manias.

Your distancing yourselves from the comparison is simply a confirmation of Freuds Narcissism of Small Differences, which you accused the object--i.e. Bush (vis a vis Mahmout)--not the subject (you American Bush-haters vis a vis Mahmout)--of demonstrating.

Projection?

Of course.

10:21 AM  
Anonymous Jeff said...

John, you just over think and complicate things too much. Bush is a prick, a criminal, a fascist in the absolute sense of the word, a pathological liar and a divider of Americans for political and financial/ideological gain, Plain and simple. You are an apologist, bullshitter, and blinded to whatever he says. I've never seen anyone work as hard as you do to defend such scum, and you do it willingly and sincerely. I'm sorry, but thats just the way it is dude.

1:56 PM  
Blogger John said...

Thank you for my next post, Jeff! :)

2:15 PM  

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