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Saturday, December 22, 2007

Politics: Presidents and Serial Killers

While rooting around in Watertiger's comments, today, we came across an interesting link which led us to this:



Does it bother you that the current occupant of the highest office in the land bears such an eerie resemblance to a famous serial killer?

A link on the site led us to this article in the Guardian about Bush. It's a good article, but we disagree with one premise, that Bush believes his enemies are evil. We don't think Bush believes anything. We think he is so consumed by rage and fear that he spends every minute of every day distracting himself from his inner landscape, so that he never truly has to think or feel. Because if he allowed a thought or feeling to escape from his tight control, all the rest would follow, and then that country-hick facade would crumble to be replaced by the terrified, empty, furious, worthless little man that he truly is. And he doesn't want anyone to see that. See what we mean?


Another thing: why do the British papers have so much better coverage of American news?

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2 Comments:

At 11:41 AM, Blogger Friend of TPC said...

Ahhh, but there is one very important difference between Bush and the famous serial killer. Bush has killed one hell of a lot more people! If it wasn't for that, you would have a hard time telling them apart.

 
At 7:04 PM, Blogger ThePoliticalCat said...

How true! Even the worst serial killers can only count their victims in 10s to 100s. Chimpy McFuckface has a score in the millions.

 

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