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October 31, 2007 By kbusch 6 Comments
6 Comments on "Dispatches from the Unreality-based Community"
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some people have bought the bushco propeganda line, but many others are reading the message differently than bushco intended. that is, they’re seeing the hypocrisy built into the message rather than reading the message itself.
i wish i had an illustration for this dealing with foreign policy, but i think the flavor of the graphic below serves as a model for the whole failed republicon adventure. you can put the republican closet case in a suit and a wedding ring (or proclaim you’re all about universal democracy), but your actions betray you and lead people to readjust how they must look at you.
Until recently, an Attorney General who doesn’t believe in the rule of law, and Secretary of Defense that destroyed a whole branch of the armed forces, and a Vice Presdident who thinks that he is the Commander in Chief, and a President who thinks this is all peachy becaause he believes he is right.
I agree with you!They always have their own viewpoints.
…the term “surreal.” It describes the post much more succinctly.
There are no longer any Rules of Law in this country. Everything is now vague arbitrary lines in the sand. For instance:
Illegal aliens aren’t breaking the law. They are simply foreign nationals seeking long term employment with benefits (without the obligations of citizens) because they are entitled to it—the qualification:they have a heartbeat and consume oxygen.
The slide into anarchy however slow is progressing quite nicely.
Karen Hughes is a laughable political hack who’s only responsibility should be emptying wastebaskets or peeling potatoes.
From Today’s Boston Globe (Masthead Motto: “Owned by Moguls–Written by Interns”) P. A2:graf2: “She is credited with energizing efforts to improve the American image abroad–more actively spreading good news about the United States while more aggressively confronting the bad.” “Credited?” By whom? The only thing missing here is the modifier “widely,” as in “widely credited.” I guess omission of the usual “widely” signifies insightful criticism on the part of Brian Knowlton, the Ace journalist for the Herald Trib. Way to go Globe.